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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Central East Region

Trying + Failing + Trying = Progress: New Day Rising National

Megan Foley

From Central East Regional Group
By now you’ve probably already seen notice of the New Day Rising National Conference coming to a virtual screen near you on February 27th.
Reimagining Religion

Megan Foley

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

Event Changes in the Central East Region

Megan Foley

From CERG News
Changes in Central East Region events for March and April are being made due to COVID-19.

LeaderLab

Multi-Platform: Some Framing

Megan Foley

From LeaderLab
Three qualities of church that will be important in our next phase of how to be together are attention to mission, nimbleness, and inclusion.
Moving Your Board Retreat Online this Year?

Megan Foley

From LeaderLab
Are you wondering how to set up the meeting so it runs smoothly online? Here are some Dos and Don’ts to help get your creative juices flowing! 
Sparking Creativity: Creating Abundance

Megan Foley

From LeaderLab
Maybe it’s time to change your framing so that you can create abundance.
Sparking Creativity: Yes We Can If...

Megan Foley

From LeaderLab
Human systems like religious communities don’t tend to like to change. In a way, we need to trick the system in order to allow in energy and creativity.
Membership in the Small Church

Megan Foley

From LeaderLab
Small congregations offer intimacy and inclusion, but can sometimes feel exclusive to newcomers. How might you bridge that divide?

WorshipWeb

More Than a Bike

Megan Foley

From WorshipWeb
Make sure, both at Christmastime and in other times, that you ask for that which you really want.
All of Us Need All of Us to Make It

Megan Foley, Theresa I. Soto

From WorshipWeb
Unitarian Universalist minister Rev. Theresa Soto writes, "All of us need all of us to make it." I want you to get used to those words; make them your...

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