Kevin Alan Mann — Multi-Religious Unitarian Universalism defined as Spiritually Alive, Radically Inclusive and Justice Centered, shapes Kevin’s ministry and his call to professional religious leadership. Grounded in theologies of anti-racism, anti-colonialism, anti-ableism, feminism, and queer liberation, and rooted in experience with parish, pastoral and community ministry, he strives towards building bridges of interdependence and mutuality through multiracial, multicultural community empowerment and collective solidarity.
Kevin is studying to become a fellowshipped UU minister and will complete his Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Social Change degrees at Starr King School for the Ministry in 2016/2017. Kevin is training with the Chaplaincy Institute to become an Interfaith Board Certified Chaplain and has served one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education at CA Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. Kevin currently serves with: the Faithful Fools Street Ministry as the Community Advocacy Intern, the Journey Towards Wholeness Anti-Racism Committee of the First Unitarian Church of Oakland, and is active with the UU Church of the Philippines and Parter Church Council.