Elder Rev. Kevin E. Taylor, our beloved Pastor, began in ministry at Inner Light Unity Fellowship Church (UFC) in 1993, after several years of community activism in Washington, DC with such organizations as DC Coalition of Black Lesbians, Gay Men and Bisexuals and Whitman-Walker Clinic. At Inner Light UFC, he sang on the Voices of Praise and served on other auxiliaries, until he was called into the ministry, where he served as Deacon, Student Clergy and Minister. He studied World Religions, Metaphysical Spiritual Science and Homosexuality in the Bible.
In 2000, he moved to New York City, where he worked with Liberation in Truth UFC until Archbishop commissioned him to charter Unity Fellowship Church New Brunswick.
In 2007, Rev. Kevin E. Taylor was elevated to the post of Elder in the Unity Fellowship Church Movement. He oversees the National Office of Communications of UFCM and all of the multimedia outlets for UFCM, including the national website and printed publications.
Unity Fellowship Church New Brunswick is found to be moving into its new space, effective February 1st, 2009; Elder Taylor will celebrate his 8th year as Pastor on January 25, 2009.
UFCNB will celebrate its 8th Anniversary March 2009.
Kevin E. Taylor
COMING FALL/WINTER 2009
"BECAUSE HE LIVES" (a novel)
"IT'S TIME FOR SOME ACTION:
10 Common Sense Steps to taking your life back...and then to the next level"
plus a new website featuring
CREATIVE LIFE COACHING
that's accessible AND affordable!
UNCLUTTER: Cleanse Your Spirit & Claim Your Stuff
and JADED (a novel)
COMING IN 2010...
(A Spiritually Creative Gathering for the Creative Spirit)
(droppin' knowledge like bombs)
I met Reverend Taylor thanks to Rod McCullom, who was kind enough to introduce us. I drove to New Brunswick to meet Rev Kev, and we had a delightful and engaging interview. Unfortunately I didn't record it in a form that I could post here. I've been kicking myself ever since, because Rev Kev is a joy to talk to, and I'd like to be able to share his energy with you. When I transcribe the conversation I'll post it as a Q&A here, and I'm looking forward to more interviews with Rev Kev. For now, though, I'm thrilled to have him as a face of the day.
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