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Rev. Naomi King
Born Naomi Rachel King
1970
Bangor, Maine, United States
Occupation Unitarian Minister
Nationality United States
Alma mater Meadville Lombard Theological School
Relative(s) Stephen King (father)
Tabitha King (mother)
Owen King (brother)
Joe Hill (brother)
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Rev. Naomi Rachel King (born 1970),[1] is an American minister for the Unitarian Universalist Church of River of Grass, in Plantation, Florida. She is also the daughter of author Stephen King, and his wife Tabitha King.[2]

Prior to becoming involved in the ministry, she had been in the restaurant business and was also a gay activist.[2]

King pursued graduate religious studies at Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago, Illinois, graduating in 2005.[2] Prior to the commencement of the graduate program, King met Rev. Dr. Thandeka, who is a professor at the school. They fell in love and their partnership was solemnized in a Unitarian Universalist ceremony.[2][3]

King won the 2005 Stewardship Sermon Award for her sermon "Stand By This Faith."[4]

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