Speaker: Rev. Jojo V. Gabuya (they/them)

Rev. Jojo V. Gabuya is a non-binary and transgender interfaith minister, diversity and inclusion leader, and an eco-spiritual person. They is practicing the Dao philosophy and Veganism to create a healthy, safe, secure, and a sustainable world for ALL. Rev. Jojo is an embodied engagement leader and soul care provider, especially to those who are searching for acceptance, compassion, connection, meaning, and purpose in life.

Loving our Rainbow Connection

 “Loving Our Rainbow Connection,” affirms, celebrates, and honors our connection with ourselves and others, who are as diverse as the rainbow colors. “We Are a Rainbow People.” (Naomi King) Let us love one another and share our hopes, dreams, and values to heal the world.

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Hope and Healing for Our Communities

Rev. Jojo Gabuya (they/them)

As a faith community, BFUU can play an active and instrumental role, particularly in meeting the needs of individuals and families struggling with addiction and overdose. BFUU can support their journey of recovery, by envisioning creative ways that align with the UU … read more.

Collective Action Towards Social Change

Octavia E. Butler’s book, “Parable of the Sower,” posits that God is Change and believers can “shape God” by intentionally working together to leverage the change around them. Amanda Gorman’s spoken word poem, “The Hill We Climb,” calls for collaboration, togetherness, and unity among this … read more.

Faith/Spirituality and Health

What is the relationship between faith and health? How can this relationship benefit us? Affirming the connection between faith/spirituality and health is central to our well-being as humans who are also spiritual beings. Let us share one another’s practices and/or stories on how we leverage … read more.