From the Barriers of Bathroom Bills and Bigotry to the Beauty of Beloved Community

Join us on Saturday, November 5  from 9am-1pm for this once in a lifetime workshop experience in our welcoming space.

While bathroom usage is being dictated by legislation and bigotry used to justify it, our Unitarian Universalist values teach us that beauty is found in the differences among us. Whether you’re asking “trans* what?” or “how can I help?” this half day workshop is for you.

mr-barbFACILITATOR: Mr. Barb Greve*, co-founder of TRUUsT (Transgender Religious professional Unitarian Universalists Together)

*Mr. Barb Greve serves as Developmental Director of Lifespan Religious Education at the Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church in Walnut Creek, CA. Barb earned his Master of Divinity dgree at Starr King School for the Ministry and is a UUA Master level Credentialed Religious Educator. Barb has served as interim director of religious education to congregations in Atlanta, GA, Newton, MA and Hamden, CT. Prior to seminary he served in the UUA Office of Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Concerns. Barb is the co-founder of Transgender Religious professional Unitarian Universalists Together (TRUUsT) and a tri-founder of the Guild of Interim Religious Educators (GIRE). Additionally, he is a trained Our Whole Lives (OWL) facilitator. Barb is a lifelong Unitarian Universalist and the child of a Director of Religious Education, a lapsed classical bassist, former home brewer, and a lover of Legos. Send email to