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Megan Foley

Full name: Rev. Megan Foley

Megan Foley

Rev. Megan Foley serves as Regional Lead for the Central East Region staff. Before joining regional staff she served for six years as the minister of the Sugarloaf Congregation of Unitarian Universalists in Germantown, Maryland. Megan is working on a Doctor of Ministry in Public Theology degree at Drew University, holds a Master of Divinity degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., and an M.A. in Sociology from the University of Connecticut at Storrs. She was born in Oakland, California, and lived around the world before coming to live in Silver Spring with her husband, Neil and their two sons in 2002. She brings expertise in small congregational life and focused ministries to the regional team.

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Better Together | Central East Region

Falling Forward

Megan Foley

From Better Together
You may remember that last spring the UUA was embroiled in a controversy over hiring practices for staff such as myself who serve our congregations.
Change and Opportunities: New Field Staff Hires in the Central East Region

Megan Foley

From Better Together
2018 is upon us and your Central East Region staff team is looking ahead to a year of change, growth, and continuity.
An Old Covenant in a New Way

Megan Foley

From Better Together
You should have recently received information about the new formula the Unitarian Universalist Association will be using for congregational giving in the Central East Region beginning in July – a...
The Flowers of Turbulence

Megan Foley

From Better Together
I have not enjoyed spring this year in Washington D.C., where I live.
From Your Regional Lead: Prepping for General Assembly

Megan Foley

From Better Together
One of the things I’ve been doing to prepare for General Assembly this year is to work through these excellent preparatory materials provided by the Planning team. As the GA webpage puts it,...
Thoughts in a Turbulent Time

Megan Foley

From Better Together
Sometimes you sit across from people you know well, even people you love, and you just cannot believe how far apart from them you feel.
Focused Church

Megan Foley

From Better Together
Who knows why our Central East Region staff decided to schedule our congregational check-ins for February this year? What a surprising opportunity it turned out to be to see how congregations turn...
CER Staff Changes

Joan Van Becelaere, Megan Foley

From Better Together
Dear Clergy, Congregational Leadership and Congregants of the Central East Region,...
Lessons from Congregations on #BLM

Megan Foley

From Better Together
Many CERG congregations are choosing to respond to the events of the Black Lives Matter movement by posting “Black Lives Matter” signs in front of their co

Central East Region

Reimagining Religion

Megan Foley

From Central East Regional Group
It’s not your parents’ church anymore, that’s for sure.
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