Rev. Kaeley McEvoy, Guest Preacher

Rev. Kaeley McEvoy, Guest Preacher

April 7, 2024 10:00 am

Room: Sanctuary
Bio: Rev. Kaeley McEvoy is a Jane of all trades, to the extent that her middle name is actually Jane. She preaches, teaches, writes, and organizes with different communities across the DMV, country, and world. Currently, Rev McEvoy is the program director for the Sojourners Fellowship Program. Formerly, she served as associate pastor at Westmoreland Congregational UCC in Bethesda, Md.

Kaeley is ordained in the United Church of Christ and received her master of divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York City with a focus in interreligious engagement and eco-feminist theology. Her thesis project focused on uplifting the legacy of the Clergy Consultation Service on Abortion and the legacy of protecting reproductive rights in religious spaces. During her time in New York City, she also served at Judson Memorial Church, the Riverside Church, and worked in the New York City Mayor’s office as a community affairs liaison. Her areas of specialty include reproductive justice and eco-spirituality. She received her undergraduate degree at Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, Pa., where she majored in religious studies, writing, and peace and justice studies. In her spare time, Kaeley enjoys writing poetry, gardening, and playing pick-up soccer. Her personal work and writing has appeared in Sojourners, Red Letter Christians, and The Washington Post. Kaeley is also committed to the lifelong struggle of anti-racism and serves as a leader in the D.C. chapter of S.U.R.J (Standing Up for Racial Justice) as well as the national SURJ-Faith organizing team. Raised in Connecticut, Kaeley calls the Mt. Pleasant community of Washington, D.C., home and usually remembers to flip her backyard compost bin. You can find her online at

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