A Light in the Window


Honor the space between no longer and not yet.” - Nancy Levin

A Light in the Window

is a referral and concierge service that provides guidance, information, and targeted real estate agent referrals to individuals and families in the process of re-locating, at no cost to them. While A Light in the Window began as a resource for clergy in transition, it is available to all who are on the move.


We live in unprecendented times. As we all hunker down at home and practice social distancing, life transitions continue. Ministers are still in search, and will need new homes once they find a settlement! Just as your congregation may be meeting virtually so too can you meet with a REALTOR virtually. You can even do your house hunting through ZOOM or another media source. I would be happy to help you find an agent who is savvy in all aspects of the real estate process.   


As you journey through that liminal space between "no longer", and "not yet" A Light in the Window is here to guide, consult and refer.

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Meet Maj-Britt  (pronounced My-Britt) Pronounced

Transition Specialist, Minister, & REALTOR®

Reverend Maj-Britt Johnson, founder of A Light in the Window, is a veteran of moving. As a preacher’s kid (PK) she lived in eleven homes in seven states, and Japan while (sort of) growing up. She estimates she unpacked over 2000 boxes in her family’s several fabulously historic (read: shabby-"chic"), parsonages in the Midwest and New England, as well as their three Bronx apartments, and their ranch-style house in El Paso.

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I am grateful for the service Rev. Maj-Britt Johnson can provide for ministers who are moving to new locations. Finding a good place to live is so important to ministerial satisfaction.

Keith Kron, Director, Transitions Office, UUA

When I moved across the country to begin my retirement Maj-Britt was a trusted and reliable resource to help me get settled.  She helped me find a house to purchase two months before my actual move. As a colleague I always knew she held my interests as priority while understanding my values. I highly recommend Maj-Britt as your referral guide while you are in transition.

Rev. Nan White

retired minister

Maj-Britt (pronounced My Britt) Johnson was my minister for seven years. For part of that time, she was also my boss--since I was the Director of Religious Education. In both those roles, I found Maj-Britt to be an exceptionally intelligent woman who knew how to accomplish any task put before her. She is someone you can count on--if she says she'll do it, it will be done! Furthermore, she understands that a new minister has to get established quickly---and without blurring the boundaries between minister and congregant(s). I think that having other resources available to help locate housing would be an invaluable help to those who are moving. I would recommend that you give her services a try.

Sally Daniel, Coastal Virginia Unitarian Universalists

I had the pleasure of working with Maj-Britt for eight years when she served on the Fund for Unitarian Universalism. In that work we evaluated and made grants to innovative projects to grow Unitarian Universalism. Maj-Britt's ability to speak with applicants, understand their needs and dreams, and then translate that to the rest of the group was fantastic. She was able to combine a deep appreciation of what it takes to bring a vision to reality in terms of nuts and bolts as well as the emotional and spiritual components of the projects. She is open, trustworthy, intuitive and committed. I would work with her again in a heartbeat.

Hillary Goodridge, Program Director, Unitarian Universalist Funding Program

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Into the Limens: Making Limen-Aid from Limens

Limens- a threshold point. Liminal space - the time between the 'what was' and the 'next,' a place of transition, of waiting and not knowing, of occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold. Liminality - in anthropology, defined as the quality of ambiguity or disorientation that occurs in the middle stage of a rite of passage, or ritual, when participants no longer hold their pre-ritual status but have not yet begun the transition to the status they will hold when the rite of passage, or pilgrimage, is complete.

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