Craig Uffman

Priest, Small Business Owner, and Teacher in Victor, NY

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The Revd Dr. Craig Uffman is a theologian and ordained minister canonically resident in the Episcopal Diocese of Rochester. He is president of Community Feasts of New York, a non-profit dedicated to creating fellowship with the most lonely and isolated in our midst, and also the rector of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. His PhD dissertation in theology and ethics at Durham University (UK) is on the virtue ethics of Richard Hooker, particularly as it pertains to 'how the mind of Christ is formed in community,' in conversation with the ecclesial ethics of Thomas Aquinas, Karl Barth, Stanley Hauerwas, and Sam Wells.

Before completing his doctoral research at Durham University (UK), Craig attended Duke University (M.Div) and the United States Naval Academy (B.S., General Engineering, Economics). Married with five kids, Craig served in the US Navy as a nuclear submarine officer before beginning a business career. Craig served as president of a high technology company in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for several years, and is the author of a book on small business lending in the credit union industry.

  • Work
    • Community Feasts of NY, Inc.
  • Education
    • United States Naval Academy
    • Duke University
    • Durham University