History

Conversation with Historian Dan Royles, Ph.D.

Conversation with Historian Dan Royles, Ph.D. and Rev. Duncan Teague

Conversation with Historian Dan Royles, Ph.D. which the LGBTQ Religious Archives Network hosted on March 23, 2021.  It is a lively discussion between Dan and the Rev. Duncan Teague about Dan’s career in queer historical scholarship and his paper that was honored with this year’s LGBTQ Religious History Award: “The Balm in Gilead: AIDS Activism […]

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Joseph Tuckerman, John Haynes Holmes and Clarence Skinner

Community Ministry: An Old Idea Rises Again

By Rev. Jonathan Rogers   At its core, “community ministry” rests on the idea that instead of people being brought to church, church should be brought to the people. Historically, this concept has always been a part of Unitarian Universalism. Joseph Tuckerman was a Unitarian minister who cared and advocated for the poor in Boston

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Craig Washington (from left), Anthony Antoine, the Rev. Duncan Teague and Charles Stephens were all members of the Second Sunday group that met from the early '90s to the early 2000s near the Historic Fourth Ward Park, where a historical marker will be erected. Ben Gray/For the AJC

Rev. Teague in AJC: Preserving Atlanta’s gay history

Rev. Duncan Teague was one of the members of the Second Sunday group that met from the early ’90s to the early 2000s near the Historic Fourth Ward Park, where a historical marker will be erected. That groups as well as others are included in an article By Rosalind Bentley in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  

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Sunday, March 1: Let it Shine! Celebrating Abundant Love’s 2nd Anniversary

Sunday, March 1: Let it Shine! Celebrating Abundant Love’s 2nd Anniversary Join us for a celebration of 2 years of Abundant LUUv’s ministry on the West End. Rev. Carol Thomas Cissel will lead service along with Abundant LUUv minister, Rev. Duncan Teague. Our 2nd Anniversary will be a celebration of community; bringing Atlanta-area congregants, residents,

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Rev Duncan Teague being interviewed, January 2019

FGTV: Remembering Tony Daniels

Fulton County District 4 Commissioner Natalie Hall remembers a champion of the HIV/AIDS Community in her monthly FGTV Show, The District. Rev Duncan Teague talks about Tony Daniels. (Twitter)

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Remembering Jim Key

Remembering Jim Key It is with sad hearts that we remember UUA Moderator Jim Key, who died June 2, 2017, while fighting cancer. He had stepped down from his position in May, citing health problems. Jim was a true servant leader, who cared deeply for our movement and all people. A video from four years

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