Ashley Horan

Organizing Strategy Director

Organizing Strategy Team


Rev. Ashley Horan smiles, wearing rad earrings and a bold red lip.

Rev. Ashley Horan is the Organizing Strategy Director of the UUA, where she works with a team of faithful organizers and movement builders to shape the justice work of Unitarian Universalism to be spiritually grounded and politically effective. Prior to this role, Ashley served for five years as the Executive Director of MUUSJA – the Minnesota UU Social Justice Alliance, and for seven years as core staff with the Beloved Conversations program. She lives in Minneapolis with her partner, Rev. Karen Hutt, and their children, Aspen and Zi.

From Ashley Horan

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Breaking Down the Silos
From LeaderLab
Webinar video: a praxis-based model for assessing our congregations’ current social justice work
Organizing 101
From LeaderLab
Wisdom of non-faith-based organizing and activism - how these tools can be powerfully and relevantly translated into the congregational context
Developing Accountable Partnerships
From LeaderLab
How do our UU congregations move from charity approach to social justice to solidarity approach?
Social Justice Ministry With Children & Youth
From LeaderLab
Talk with experts in the field of religious education and faith development about how justice-making can be a primary pedagogical tool and...

Press Releases

Prophetic Action During the Pandemic - UU the Vote
From Press Releases
If the stakes of the 2020 elections were incredibly high before, they are astronomical now.

UU World

A guide to ACTS prayer
From UU World Magazine
Questions to help you find your own way to pray.


Fierce Urgency
From WorshipWeb
My four-year-old daughter has taught me this lesson: when a child wants to derail Business As Usual— to curb the hubris of adults who dare believe in...
The Holy Work of Showing Up
From WorshipWeb
How is it with your soul? This is the question that John Wesley, Anglican priest and the founder of Methodism, was known to ask of participants in small...
Saying Yes
From WorshipWeb
By the time I was in my late twenties, I was convinced that I would never find love....

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