Posts tagged Disciples of Christ
Dan Adolphson on Creating Space for LGBTQ+ Inclusion
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Rev. Dan Adolphson serves as the Associate Pastor of First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Minneapolis, MN. As part of his ministry at FCC, he serves on the Steering Committee for Downtown Congregations to End Homelessness and the planning team for the Minnesota School Outreach Coalition (MnSOC).  He also serves Co-Chair of the Planning Committee for the Ministers Institute of the Upper Midwest Region of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), and is a member of the Open & Affirming Ministries Team for the region.

Dan is the Development Team Leader and Past Moderator for Disciples LGBTQ+ Alliance, called to join in God’s work of transforming the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) into a just and inclusive church that welcomes persons of all gender expressions and sexual identities into the full life and leadership of the church. Dan also serves as an advisor for the Activist Theology Project.

You can find Dan online at @theartsrev and at

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Sandhya Jha on How Churches Can Get Involved in Social Justice

Sandhya Jha serves as founder and director of the Oakland Peace Center, a collective of 40 organizations creating access, equity and dignity for all in Oakland and the Bay Area.

Sandhya is also an author. In her two most recent books, Pre-Post-Racial America: Spiritual Stories from the Front Lines she takes on the subject of race and spirituality in America. Pre-Post-Racial America was listed as one of the top five books on race and religion in 2015 by Publishers Weekly. Sandhya’s newest book, Transforming Communities: How People Like You are Healing Their Neighborhoods, focuses on concrete ways that regular people are creating change community-by-community in an era where positive change can feel impossible. 

You can find Sandhya at her web site, on Twitter at @pastorsandhya, and by email at

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