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Kaeley MCEvoy,
coordinator for youth spiritual formation, volunteer corps, and congregational care


Kaeley McEvoy is the Coordinator for Youth Spiritual Formation, Volunteer Corps, and Congregational Care.

Kaeley McEvoy graduated with her Masters in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in New York City where she focused her studies in inter-religious engagement and feminist theology. A Member in Discernment in the United Church of Christ, Kaeley was raised in a small UCC congregational church in Connecticut.

Most recently, Kaeley worked as a Community Minister at New York City’s Judson Memorial Church, organizing the congregation around issues of reproductive justice and immigration. Previously, Kaeley worked at the NYC Mayor’s Office as a Faith and Community Liaison, at the Connecticut Conference of the UCC and at Sojourners as a Campaigns Associate.

In her spare time, Kaeley enjoys reading four books at once, teaching and taking yoga classes, and finding good pick-up soccer games. Also a published poet, Kaeley graduated from Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, PA, (where she played soccer) with a degree in Religious Studies, Writing and Peace and Justice studies.