Rev. Kierstin Homblette Allen is currently serving as a community minister at the Delores Project, a homeless shelter in Denver for women and transgender folks.
Rev. Homblette Allen grew up at the First Unitarian Church of Orlando and has been a member of Unitarian Universalist communities in Pittsburgh, Washington DC, New York City, and Denver. She holds a Master of Divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary, and is currently serving as a community minister at The Delores Project, a homeless shelter in Denver for women and transgender folks. Rev. Homblette Allen previously served as the Beloved Community Coordinator for ten Unitarian Universalist congregations on the Front Range of Colorado, facilitating their collaboration with each other and with community partners on issues of immigration, LGBTQ awareness, and racial justice. She began her anti-racism journey in college as a student organizer with the United States Student Association and as a young adult member of Groundwork, a Unitarian Universalist Grassroots Anti-Oppression Training and Organizing Collective. She lives in Denver with her wife and sweet pup, loves reading, swimming, knitting, and ice cream!