Otto O’Connor

Full name: Rev. Otto O’Connor


Otto O'Connor, wearing a tie and sweater and glasses, smiles into the camera.

Rev. Otto O’Connor (he/him) has served the First Parish in Malden, Massachusetts since 2017. He is a white, openly transgender man from Canada, and lives in Malden with his wife, Amy, and their children.

From Otto O’Connor

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It’s the terrible things that put the beauty in sharp relief.

By Otto O’Connor | October 1, 2023 | From Life

May we all remember how inextricably we are linked in this fight for justice and freedom.

Reflection | By Otto O’Connor | June 10, 2020 | From Braver/Wiser

On a holy night In 1969, In an Inn, also known as a bar, Called the Stonewall Inn, A basement— which had no running running water, Nor safe fire exits— Queer people, of many colors and kinds, Danced together, For it was the only place Where they were allowed to dance, At least, permitted to, by...

Opening | By Otto O’Connor | June 11, 2019 | From WorshipWeb

Rev. Otto O'Connor commits to using the privilege afforded to him to continue to fight to support transgender people, locally and across our world, and especially non-binary people and transgender people of color.

By Otto O’Connor | September 21, 2017 | From Uplift

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