Meg Riley

Rev. Meg Riley, a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, was raised in congregations in Charleston, West Virginia, and Akron, Ohio. After serving for 38 years as a religious professional in a variety of capacities, Rev. Riley retired in the summer of 2020. She now serves, with Charles DuMond, as co-moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association. She lives in Minneapolis, nestled in with her family, animals, gardens, deep friendships, and a vibrant activist community. She is also the editor of Testimony: The Transformative Power of Unitarian Universalism.

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From Meg Riley

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Authentic Connections in a Virtual World
From LeaderLab
Rev. Meg Riley, senior minister of the Church of the Larger Fellowship From Dawning Future, November 2015...

Life | UU World

Up to our necks
From Life
As a nation, we are buried up to our necks in a history of violence against people of color.

Skinner House Books

Shelter in This Place
From Skinner House Books

The 2021 volume of the inSpirit Series is an anthology of poems, prayers, and reflections from Unitarian Universalists about their experiences of 2020.

From Skinner House Books

A dynamic collection of personal stories from people whose lives have been dramatically changed by Unitarian Universalism.

Spirit | UU World

T-shirt evangelism
From Spirit
Wearing my Standing on the Side of Love shirt grounds me when I'm afraid, helps me remember that I'm not alone, and tells the world, including me, what ...


UPLIFT: Disability Day of Mourning in March 1st
From Uplift
Disability Day of Mourning honors the lives of disabled people murdered by their parents, families, or caregivers and proclaims their humanity.
A Disability Day of Mourning Reflection by Meg Riley
From Uplift
I was tremendously grateful to learn more recently about the vigils that now mark March 1 as a Disability Day of Mourning.

UU World

A candid welcome to Unitarian Universalism
From UU World Magazine
Top 10 reasons you may not feel comfortable in a Unitarian Universalist congregation.


A Blessing for the Divorced or Separated
From WorshipWeb
For all who left a relationship in order to save your heart, may your own heartbeat be your blessing. Its rhythm, its particular kinships, its unique...

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