About Rev. Caroline Cupp

Bridging Worlds through Words on Disability and Connection

Caroline is an ordained Presbyterian (USA) minister, writer, and disabled parent who is the author of several upcoming books on disability and relationships: This is How We Play, This is How We Talk, and The Right to Belong (all with Penguin Random House), and Dateable (Hachette). Her writing has also been featured in Yale Divinity School’s journal, Reflections.

Caroline's Background

Merging Divinity, Bioethics, and Community Service

Caroline graduated from Davidson College (BA), Yale Divinity School (M.Div) and received a degree in Bioethics from University of Pennsylvania (MBE). Caroline has worked in clinical settings as a chaplain, supervised graduate students in pastoral care, and currently serves as Executive Pastor at First Presbyterian Church in West Chester, Pennsylvania. There, she supports the congregation’s housing justice initiatives in the local community.

Master of Bioethics
Pastor at First Presbyterian Church
Master of Divinity from Yale
Director of Spiritual Care

in the community

Caroline has been a member of a variety of boards focused on disability, human subjects protections, and housing and lives with her husband and son outside Philadelphia.

Caroline is represented by Jill Marr at Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency.

Explore Caroline’s Writings

Discover her books on faith, relationships, and disability.