Black, Indigenous, & People of Color Group


Coordinator: Kat Liu



To provide a space for social, emotional, and spiritual support for BIPOC* UUSF members and friends.


Join us for mostly conversation, community building, and just a little bit of organizing. Open to all who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color*. 


The BIPOC group meets on the first Sunday of each month before service, from 9:30am to 11am. To receive information on the next meeting and/or be put on the mailing list, email


*NOTE: People of Color (POC) in the contemporary American context aims to include people who are of African, Latinx, Native American, Asian, Pacific Islander, and Middle Eastern descent. The phrase draws from the legacy of Black women's leadership in building coalitions with other non-white groups at the 1977 National Women's Conference and to claim our identity as people of color is a political act of self-naming that places us in solidarity with other people of the global majority. BIPOC explicits names Black and Indigenous peoples.