Megan Davidson serves as the minister of Community and Formation at Broadway United Methodist Church. She goes above and beyond to fulfill her calling of encouraging the people around her everyday.
Every week she volunteers as a chaplain at HOTEL INC, where she listens, laughs, cries and spends time with those in our community experiencing homelessness.
She gives time to the Young Enough to Serve Ministry (for individuals age 55 and up) at Broadway so that they feel heard and are known on a deeper level.
Megan attends conferences in other cities to bring back ideas and plans to make Bowling Green a better place for all. She even organized a local Q Conference to start conversation in our city about issues such as diversity, supporting refugee neighbors and housing affordability.
She also helped organize a women’s conference completely led by Bowling Green women, bringing in an out-of-town guest speaker to encourage and uplift women.
Megan helped start a local chapter of Building Better Moms, where she connects community leaders with local moms. From pediatricians to self-help businesses like Be Happy Yoga & Salt Cave, moms are introduced to community members or other moms going through similar experiences.
Megan also started a Facebook page soon to be a blog called “The Possible Life,” to share hope and love to women struggling with everyday life. Each day she posts encouraging quotes and recipes, while authentically sharing her struggles and experiences as a mom.
With her humble nature, she is not one to shout her accomplishments from the rooftops; however, she is changing the world as she invests in others.