Speaker: Mathew P. Taylor
Mathew P. Taylor has a BA in Communication Studies. He is a community organizer, UU seminarian, Pagan High Priest, Author, and Ceremony Celebrant. He has over 15 years of experience in community organizing and pagan ministry leadership. He is a student at Claremont School of Theology and will be seeking ordination in the Unitarian Universalist Faith Tradition. Mathew believes that his ministry is meant to help give a voice to the voiceless and to help find a home for the spiritually homeless.
Join us this Sunday as we celebrate and uplift those women who have been caught by the cash money bail system. The Cash Money Bail System must change. Help us Close out the Black Lives of Unitarian Universalists Micro30 action: Babies and Bailouts
Inspired by the BLUU Miro 30 action, our Sunday service looks at black history through the words of some prophetic people of color. We invite you to join us as we hold space and look at how our movements and actions now, are … read more.
During this service, we will share a time of reflection and hope as we look to celebrate the Winter Solstice and the returning of the Sun. Come with an open mind, an open heart, and a goal for the new calendar year.
As we enter one of the most sacred times of the Witches wheel of the year, we also enter a time of honoring our ancestors. Join us in ritual as we honor our UU faith and some of our beloved ancestors. During this ritual we … read more.
Join us this Sunday as we look at Liberation and Coming out in three moments of history.
Let’s at the story of the Good Samaritan through the eyes of 2018’s Black Panther. In the movie Black Panther, King T’Challa is told by his father that he must choose to be a good man or a good king, but what does that mean … read more.
Join us this Sunday for a Service full of Fellowship. This is our time to talk about the 3 essential areas of our Church-Home: Community, Worship, and Stewardship. This service will be filled with songs of Joy and Reflections of that … read more.
What do you do when you feel your own government doesn’t care whether you live or die, when you think that there is no more justice left in the world? 2018 is a year of hope and reclaiming your own personal power.
Black Liberation is a desire for the freedom of all peoples grounded in dismantling the structures and institutions that oppress Black peoples globally. We must continue to work to counter oppression in our faith communities and in the world.