Rev. Duncan Teague

Rev. Duncan Teague is an ordained Unitarian Universalist (UU) Minister. He serves on the Appointments Committee of the UUA Board. He is a member of the UU Congregation of Atlanta. He has completed his Ministerial Internship with the Tennessee Valley UU Church of Knoxville, TN. He has been a pulpit guest at many of the Unitarian Universalist congregations, other churches and synagogues. This past year he was the guest alumni preacher of the annual UU student worship service of Cannon Chapel at Candler School of Theology, Emory Univ.

Teague accepted his calling to ministry when he agreed to be part of the Interim Ministry Team serving the First Existentialist Congregation as a Lay Minister. He served with Rev. Marsha Mitchiner and Rev. Janna Nelson upon the retirement of Rev. Lanier Clance. His relationship from the early 1990’s with the First E-Cong was his formal conversion as a religious liberal.  

 

Teague has more than twenty years of work in HIV/AIDS advocacy, prevention, education and research. He is a recognized leader in the GLBTQ community. He is a featured contributor to “Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South” by E. Patrtick Johnson.  As such he was featured in the reader’s theatre production and the full staged adaptations of the book. He was the senior member of the ADODI Muse: A Gay Negro Ensemble. He is happily married to his husband, David Thurman.