Forrest Cuch and Michael Carney

Forrest S. Cuch is an enrolled member of the Ute Indian Tribe. He was born in 1951 and raised on the Uintah and Ouray Ute Indian Reservation in northeastern Utah. In 1973, he graduated from Westminster College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in the Behavioral Sciences. During his 38-year career, Forrest has held many challenging directorships in both tribal and state governments. He is currently engaged in working with spiritual leaders throughout the Western Hemisphere to usher in the new shift in feminine consciousness known of as the New Earth and calling attention to Climate Change and harm to Mother Earth.

The Reverend Michael Carney is a white priest who’s served for the past four years at St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church on the Uintah and Ouray Ute Reservation in northeast Utah. He’s an active member of the Episcopal Indigenous Ministries community and coordinates the Mountains and Deserts ministry coalition. A husband, stepfather and grandfather, Michael enjoys hiking, gardening, reading and music.