JeKaren Olaoya

JeKaren, a Black woman with short hair, wears red earrings, pink lipstick, and glasses with bright teal frames.

JeKaren Olaoya (she/her) is a life-long UU, poet, writer, mixed-media artist, and Death and Grief Doula who serves Beloved Conversations, a program of The Fahs Collaborative at Meadville Lombard School of Theology, and the UUA Board of Trustees while attending Starr King School for the Ministry in the MDiv Chaplaincy program. As an earth-based African spiritualities practitioner with foundation in Christianity, she draws from the guidance of her ancestors for spiritual care.

From JeKaren Olaoya

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We Will Only Rise
From Braver/Wiser
We have to keep finding ways to widen the circle of care and concern.
Claiming My Worth
From Braver/Wiser
I affirm that I am worthy of being good enough to touch hearts and souls, and connect others to Spirit.

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Deepening Diversity in Worship
From Worship Lab
If you’re trying to build a worship service that's anti-racist and decenters whiteness, you start in one spot.

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