The mission of Holston Valley Unitarian Universalist Church is to promote spiritual growth, religious freedom, and ethical action.
We work together as a church to transform ourselves, our community, and our world by sharing love, pursuing justice, and seeking wonder.
We embrace diversity within the congregation’s membership and in theology. We are committed to being a vital and growing progressive congregation within our larger community.
Michelle Treece has lived in Northeast Tennessee all of her life and has been involved in our community, working to make a difference every single day. Michelle did this through her work at Science Hill High School as well as at Topper Academy, formerly known as the Alternative Center, in Johnson City. After retiring from the Johnson City School System in the fall of 2016, Michelle has dedicated her time to serving her community, promoting diversity and inclusion, and making sure that people of color not only have a voice but hold seats at all levels of government. During the Women’s March 2.0 Tri-Cities, she told everyone as she announced her candidacy for the Johnson City Schools Board of Education that it was time to, “step up and step out.” Most recently she has facilitated the White Supremacy Teach In here at our church.