Rev. Megan Cullip
The Reverend Megan Cullip was born and raised in San Antonio Texas, attending the University of Texas at San Antonio for her bachelor’s degree. She then moved to the northeast to attend seminary at Princeton Theological Seminary for her masters of divinity. Rev. Megan also possesses a chemical addictions and dependency counseling certification from Union College, KY. Following seminary, she worked as a drug counselor at an outpatient clinic, before moving onto chaplaincy at a state psychiatric hospital. Most recently, Rev. Megan served as an associate minister for youth at a congregational church in Connecticut. Her favorite grounding question comes from the Westminster Catechism: “What is the chief end of man?” The answer: “To glorify God and to enjoy Him forever.”
Rev. Megan enjoys music, the outdoors, red meat, coffee, deep conversation, the company of great friends, laughter, and adventure. Her passion in ministry is firmly rooted in discovering the ways in which the Gospel of Jesus Christ can speak to us and transform us no matter who were are and no matter the nature of our circumstances.
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