The Love Feast: a Labor of Love


Did you know that our Sunday Worship is rooted in a labor movement? Guest Speaker, AJ Blackwood will explore and reflect with our community on the theological foundations of our call to support worker justice, equity and fair treatment. From Siddhartha Gautama, through the life of the early Christian Church, to the Poor Peoples Campaign today, we have been called throughout the ages to serve the worker, the poor, and the abused. We are called by our faith to bring liberation to the oppressed among us. Will we answer the call?

Pastor AJ Blackwood, MDiv, just completed a two-year consulting ministry at the Prairie UU Church in Parker, CO and is currently serving as a Chaplain to The Mountain Top: A BIPOC UU Community. AJ has a long history of justice and community ministries. He is coalition builder bringing Queer (LGBTQ+), Labor, Muslim, Women’s Rights, People with Disabilities, and Educators together to serve the common good and struggle for justice. He founded Progressive Interfaith Alliance and was a leader in the Marriage Equallity movement and FAIR Education Act in California. AJ holds a Master of Divinity from Claremont School of Theology and a Bachelor of Art in Philosophy with a specialization in Comparative Religions from the University of California, Irvine. He is currently seeking fellowship as a Unitarian Universalist minister, and lives in Aurora with his partner, Denard and fur baby, Olympia Brown.

Join us in the HPCUU Zoom Room. Email office@hpcuu.org for the password.