Latest Press Release - Welcoming Church in Cherry Hill Finds New Minister
Rev. Margret A. O’Neall will work with the congregation and the community to promote Unitarian Universalist Church in Cherry Hill’s regional leadership role in social and environmental justice.
CHERRY HILL, NEW JERSEY- September 7, 2019 The Unitarian Universalist Church in Cherry Hill (401 Kings Highway North) has named the Rev. Dr. Margret A. O’Neall as their Developmental Minister, with a 5-year agreement to lead the congregation into the next phase of their vision for the future. The UU Church in Cherry Hill is committed to a leadership role in social and environmental justice, with church staff and members working collaboratively with other faith communities and local organizations in Cherry Hill and the surrounding area to promote shared values and goals for a better world.
UUCCH President Connie Roggio says, “Unitarian Universalists in Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties are very excited to have a minister like Margret, who is warm, caring and eager to help the congregation spread its footprint in the tri-county area. Her commitment to a five-year ministry means that our future growth will be guided by someone with her excellent qualifications and, most importantly, her spirit and love for our denomination."
Rev. Margret is a Professional Transition Specialist serving Unitarian Universalist churches in times of transition and development. She holds academic degrees in Community Development and Sociology, and earned her Master of Divinity from Meadville-Lombard Theological School. She entered transitional ministry following a 35-year career working in the public and private sectors, and her call to ministry follows her passion for the transformational process that individuals and organizations may engage changing times. Margret has served transitional ministries in Sarasota, FL; Buffalo, NY; Schenectady, NY; and Phoenix, AZ.
About Unitarian Universalist Church in Cherry Hill:
The Unitarian Universalist Church in Cherry Hill was founded in 1956. It aims to be a beacon of liberal religion in southern New Jersey by being an engaged spiritual community of adults, youth, and children. We gather for fellowship, intellectual challenge and growth, affirmation and celebration of shared values, and service to humanity.