Union of Black Episcopalians

Organized in 1968 as the Union of Black Clergy and Laity, the Union is the proud inheritor of the work of many people. UBE also grew out of the work and spirit of earlier organizations. The Convocation of Colored Clergy and the Conference of Church Workers among Colored People were dedicated to justice and the ministry of Blacks in the Episcopal Church.

The Bishop Nathan Baxter Chapter of UBE was established in 2014 with the Rev. Brenda M. Taylor as the first president. The chapter is dedicated to serve as an instrument to eradicate racism and social injustice and to help the Episcopal Church become one body for all.

For questions, please contact the Rev. Brenda Taylor, Deacon, bmtaylor@att.net

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