Laura hopes to bring to this project a curiosity for how church that is formed outside of the walls of ‘traditional’ church can reshape our society and the institutional church as we know it.
Brandon hopes to contribute to this project his gifts of group facilitation, passion for amplifying the stories of faith communities on the margins, and intellectual curiosity for charting fresh theological territory that impacts the church and society.
Jasolyn hopes to offer expertise from both her lived and professional experiences as a black queer woman. Jasolyn is particularly interested in exploring and creating safe, alternative, spiritual spaces for queer and trans people of color who have experienced various amounts of spiritual violence and trauma within Christian churches.
Whitney hopes to give grounding to the project through creative engagement with decolonial knowledge (academic and otherwise), as it interrogates her own whiteness, and the white supremacy too often unchallenged in the church.
Anthony brings to this team his organic theological and ecclesiological development with his work with Mission House, a church intentionally engaged in embodying a decolonizing Christian faith.