I’m Rev. Anthony Makar, Senior Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta in Georgia. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, I moved to Texas in my early teens and have lived in the United States ever since. Before entering the ministry, I taught philosophy for eight years at Blinn College in Bryan, Texas.
Personal passions include figure skating, tennis, and ballroom dancing.
Before being called to serve the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta, I was the founding pastor of Pathways Church in Southlake, Texas. Some Unitarian Universalists may be familiar with Pathways, as it was the UUA’s controversial first attempt at planting a “rapid-start large church.”