On May 20, 2018, Meadville Lombard celebrated our 173rd Commencement.
A nine-month program for U/U ministers and lay leaders from around the world. Application deadline is July 1.
Exciting upgrades coming to the Wiggin Library! Our library and archives are available to UU religious professionals, UU lay people, and researchers, as well as our students and faculty.
Rev. Dr. Pamela Lightsey delivered a rousing sermon at Spring Intensives Opening Worship, March 19, 2018. This is a must-read.
Erik, as a co-chair of Religious Leaders' Caucus of Congregations United to Serve Humanity, has issued a statement against remarks made by Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth.
Monica led the First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City to become the first sanctuary congregation in Utah, taking in a mother who was being deported.
Pippin, one of our Congregational Studies students, told us why she shows up for justice.
Molly, a Congregational Studies student, participated in interfaith Pray-In at Senator Collins (R-Maine) office, and ultimately got arrested for civil disobedience.
Stop by our booth (#117) to meet our staff, current students, and distinguished faculty. Learn how our innovative master’s degree programs work, and how our Global Initiatives, Archives & Special Collections, and the Fahs Collaborative’s programs add depth to your ministerial formation.
Our Contextual Learning model combines an innovative curriculum, intensive courses for low residency, and integrated internships. Pursue your degree from wherever you live, across North America and beyond, while learning from our distinguished faculty.
Empowering liberal religious leadership in ordained Unitarian Universalist ministry
Our Master of Divinity degree program provides the academic and experiential grounding you need to minister effectively in our multifaith, multicultural world. Students seeking Unitarian Universalist ordination are guided step-by-step through the process.
Activate the justice-making and peace-building power of liberal faith
Focusing on the theory and practice of leadership in our multifaith, multiracial, and multicultural world, this 18-month degree program equips you to be an effective leader in community-based ministries.
Meadville Lombard educates students in the Unitarian Universalist tradition, empowering you to embody liberal religious ministry and live out your values through leadership in Unitarian Universalist congregations and every other corner of the world.Apply Now