United Church of Christ 2030 Clergy Network Event, “Shepherding the Shepherd.”Keynote lecturer and workshop leader. Boston University School of Theology. June 5-7, 2012.
Massachusetts Council of Church Annual Meeting. Keynote Address, “Tweeting Jesus: Creating Religious Community Through Social Media. April 28, 2012.
The Boston Globe, “Preaching Fashion: Minister advises clergy on style,” Michael Paulson. February 18, 2007
Nightline, “A Sign Of the Times,” Producer Nancy Cordes. March 1, 2007.
“Sunday Morning With Liz Walker,” WBZ-TV (Boston), March 25, 2007.
“The Busted Halo Show,” Sirius Radio, The Catholic Channel. Host, Father Dave Dwyer, April 26, 2007.
“Weekend America,” National Public Radio. Interview with Sean Cole, “The Clergy Fashionista.” http://weekendamerica.publicradio.org/programs/2007/09/29/the_clergy_fashionis.html September 29, 2007.
Sightings, The Martin Marty Center For the Advanced Study of Religion, University of Chicago Divinity School. ““Public Roles, Private Persons,” Debra Erickson.
Sightings, The Martin Marty Center for Advanced Study of Religion, University of Chicago Divinity School. “The Sacred and the Sartorial,” Courtney Wilder. January 14, 2010.
A Clergy Image Event With Victoria Weinstein
Louisville Seminary, Kentucky
September 26-28, 2011
The Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein is a full-time parish minister serving a vibrant Massachusetts congregation in the Unitarian Universalist Association. She is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School and earned her Doctor of Divinity degree from Andover-Newton Theological School, writing her dissertation on “Covenanting: Ancient Promise and New Life For the Contemporary Church.” Vicki is a social media pioneer in the field of clergy image who started blogging on religion and culture eight years ago as “PeaceBang,” (www.peacebang.com) and subsequently launched www.beautytipsforministers.com. BTFM has earned national media attention and a readership in ten countries. Victoria is a popular speaker and consultant on social media, church and clergy image and congregational covenant process.