Qiyamah A. Rahman affiliated with Unitarian Universalism in 1992. She was ordained and fellowshipped in 2007 after graduating from Meadville Lombard Theological School the same year. Besides ministry, she is a retired social worker, passionate social justice advocate, and inspired community leader focused on building bridges between individuals across boundaries of faith traditions, culture, sexual orientation, race, ethnicities, countries etc.
Qiyamah relocated to St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands in July, 2012 to serve as the minister at the UU Fellowship of St. Croix. After six years on the beautiful island of St. Croix she ventured back to Atlanta to explore ministry in larger congregational settings and to experience a more robust expression of Unitarian Universalism.
Rev. Qiyamah earned her Bachelor's in Education and her Master's in Social Work from the University of Michigan, a Master of Divinity from Meadville Lombard Theological School, and a Doctorate of Arts at Clark Atlanta University in Africana Women’s Studies.
She has three beautiful children and two grandchildren.