Justice and Teaching: Rev. Kathryn M. Schreiber


  • Indigenous Rights/Solidarity; especially Ohlone-Miwok in the Bay Area
  • Racism and White Privilege in the Church; Faith in Community (Fresno); former co-convener of the NCNC UCC’s Multi-Racial, Multi-Cultural Transformation Team
  • LGBTQ Rights and Marriage Equality; UCC Representative at Gwen Araujo (transgender) events
  • Interfaith Relations; Hayward/Castro Valley URI Circle founding member
  • Human Rights in the Philippines; 2010 International Elections Monitor
  • Inmates, Former Inmates and their Families
  • Women’s Rights



  • “Suicide Prevention Panel”, public event, coordinator, First Congregational Church of Martinez, 2017
  • “Praying with a Home Altar” workshop, NCNC UCC Annual Gathering, 2017
  • “Leadership Retreat”, Steadfast Covenant Community Church, Vallejo, California, 2016
  • “Discerning Spirits”, 4-week training for clergy in transition, Fresno, California, 2015
  • “Jesus’ Adaptive Leadership” visioning retreat, California Council of Churches/IMPACT board members and staff, Berkeley, California, 2015
  • “Church Size Theory and Jesus’ Ministry” training, United Japanese Christian Church, Clovis, California, 2015
  • “Discerning Shared Values”, United Japanese Christian Church and property users, Clovis, California, 2014
  • “Clergy Ethics for Lay Leaders” Training, Sequoia Association and NCNC Annual Gathering, 2014



·         An Oasis in Time: How a Day of Rest Can Save Your Life, by Marilyn Paul. Interviewee. Rodale. 2017.

·         “Northern California-Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ News,” various articles, 2016.

·         “Selma Japanese Mission Church” entry in Asian American Religious Cultures, Lee, Matsuoka, Yee, and Nakasone, Editors. ABC-CLIO Greenwood. 2015.

  • All Whom God Has Joined: Resources for Clergy & Same-Gender Loving Couples, by Tigert and Tirabassi. Major contributor. Pilgrim Press. 2010.


(Photo: 2010 in Manilla, Phillippines with People’s International Observer Mission Team.)