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Carl Gregg

Carl Gregg

The Rev. J. Carl Gregg (B.A., M.Div.) is a New York Times-reading, vegetarian-eating, progressive Christian, who also loves Centering Prayer, reading theology, and praying-by-biking-to-work. He has been the Associate Pastor at Northminster Church in Monroe, Louisiana since May 2003. A graduate of the Diploma in the Art of Spiritual Direction program at San Francisco Theological Seminary, he is currently working on the dissertation for his Doctor of Ministry. He has taught "Introduction to the Old Testament" as an Adjunct Professor of Religion at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and is a former board member of the Alliance of Baptists. He and his wife Magin are the proud parents of two cats (Pepper Poe and Kol Nidre) and a dog (Dobby).

Works by Carl Gregg
We have been living through an extraordinarily hard time in world history, including......
There’s an old joke in Unitarian Universalist (UU) circles that if there’s one “St.......
Climate Justice, Courage, & Hope
Carl Gregg | June 20, 2021
I’ve read quite a few books about climate change over the past year, but I want to share......
The stories we tell matter. The choices we make about which stories to teach our......
Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd. Michael Eric Dyson,......
Love, Rage, & Radical Dharma
Carl Gregg | February 01, 2021
In early January I received a call from a nearby community college. They had a 15-week......
If you hang out long enough with social justice activists, you’ll eventually hear the......
“Martin & Malcolm & America”
Carl Gregg | January 18, 2021
Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Dr. King was born in 1929, and if he were alive......
Introduction The violent assault on the United States Capitol Building on Wednesday was......
How to Find Meaning in Life
Carl Gregg | January 05, 2021
The year 2021 has finally arrived! And the beginning of a new year is traditionally a......