Toward the Beloved Community of Unitarian Universalism – Visiting Minister: Rev Kevin Mann

This Sunday we have visiting minister the Rev. Kevin Mann leading the service. Worship Associate: courtney singer.
The late civil rights activist John Lewis called us to: “Not get lost in a sea of despair and to never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble.” Week after week, year after year, Unitarian Universalists gather to build the Beloved Community that centers people from the margins, fosters collective liberation, and reminds us that we are not alone in our quest for life saving liberal religion. Come and get in good trouble with me!

Kevin Alan Mann (he/him/siyá) is serving as a Chaplain with Sequoia Hospice. He completed his Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Social Change from Starr King School for the Ministry in 2016. From 2016-2018, Kevin completed 6 units of Clinical Pastoral Education through his Chaplaincy Residency at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. Kevin worked with the Shanti Project serving the long-term survivors of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and served as the Community Advocacy Intern with the Faithful Fools Street Ministry. As a Queer minister whose parents immigrated from the Philippines, his ministry is rooted in centering people from the margins and growing solidarity towards the Beloved Community. Kevin looks forward to ordination at the First Unitarian Church of Oakland on Sunday, October 1st, the first day of Filipino American History Month – all are invited to attend!