By ALLISON SELK
Those who know Charlotte Droogan say she has a mission to change her community and the world.
Droogan, a retired Bolingbrook teacher, has spent the last 14 years as a lay community minister at the Universalist Unitarian Church of Joliet – a role in which she leads the congregation to action.
“My job has been to take the church outside of the four walls of the church building,” Droogan said. “We have done AIDS support groups in the 1990s, health outreach, night ministry bus in Chicago, stand for marriage equality, spoke at the capital in Springfield, worked with Warehouse Workers for Justice – all networking, political action and witness to the community.”
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