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Rev. Duncan Teague message to Coastal Virginia UU

This is a video greeting from Rev. Duncan Teague, founding minister of Abundant LUUV Congregation in Atlanta, GA. On Sunday, Jan. 12th, Coastal Virginia UU donated their Special Offering to benefit the work of Rev. Teague and Abundant LUUv.

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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No Sunday Worship on December 29th

On Sunday, December 29th, the Hammonds House Museum will be closed. We will resume weekly Sunday worship on Sunday, January 5th. To find another local Unitarian Universalist Congregation, please visit www.uua.org. Please enjoy your holiday. Happy New Year.

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Rev. Teague: We need a cultural change to address the HIV epidemic

We need a cultural change to address the HIV epidemic Abundant Love UU founding minister Rev. Duncan Teague was interviewed for an Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, “HIV activists react to Trump’s promise to eradicate the epidemic” (2/5/19). In response to the State of the Union Speech, Rev. Teague said that in order for the president to …

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Rev. Teague interviewed: On Second Thought

Dr. Ashley Coleman Taylor and Rev. Teague: On Second Thought “On Second Thought” host Virginia Prescott interviewed Dr. Ashley Coleman Taylor and Rev. Duncan Teague about a new oral history project reaches back over the decades for stories of black queer people in Atlanta. Listen to the interview

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Rev. Teague on The Silent Epidemic: Counting the cost of being ignored

Rev. Duncan Teague is featured in the first of a five-part series on The silent epidemic: Black gay men and HIV, by Gracie Bonds Staples in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution