Rev. Anna Golladay's ministry is under girded by social justice and the inequity that exists both in and outside the church's walls. She is diligent in her advocacy for full inclusion for all persons in the United Methodist church where she served as associate pastor. In 2018, her ministry credentials were rescinded when she was caught having presided over a same-gender marriage ceremony, further fueling her disdain in queerphobic institutional polity. She is a serial entrepreneur, running a small online-based apparel shop called Bias & Bourbon. In 2016, she launched her social enterprise, Work of Place, a consulting partner for churches who are seeking to dive deeper into economic justice work in their neighborhoods. She loves good hair, her pit bull, football, hockey, and live music.
|Sat 12:00pm - 12:50pm||White Supremacy In the Pulpits of the Progressive Church - Is It Removable or a Permanent Stain?||Workshop|