Rev. Paul Langston-Daley identifies, recruits, and engages congregations and other groups to deepen their justice and human rights work and involvement with UUSC in a variety of ways. As UUSC’s senior program leader for justice building, Langston-Daley grows the capacity of UU congregations to pursue sustained, systemic social change work.

Prior to working at UUSC, Langston-Daley served a number of UU congregations, large and small, in five states. He has been involved in community organizing for more than 15 years with the Industrial Area Foundation and PICO National Network. He also served on the steering committee to found Communities Organized for Relational Power and Action in Santa Cruz, Calif.

Ordained in 1997, Langston-Daley is a graduate of Andover Newton Theological School and the International Institute for Restorative Practices. He is passionate about social justice and human rights, and he has been involved in LGBT rights, reproductive rights, immigration issues, restorative justice projects, and Black Lives Matter.

plangston-daley @ uusc.org