About Rev. Kelvin Sauls

Rev. Kelvin Sauls, the co-convener of the Justice Not Jails project, was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, and is an ordained Elder in the California-Pacific Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. He serves as Senior Pastor of Holman United Methodist Church, to which he brings years of experience in congregational vitalization for community transformation. Rev. Sauls is excited about employing his strategic thinking, progressive teaching, and prophetic preaching as a catalyst for justice and equality in the greater Los Angeles Area and beyond.

I Am An Immigrant: The Story of Our Nation

You and your organization are invited to join The California Endowment, FWD.us, The Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Holman Church and Welcome.us for a very special night celebrating our rich immigrant tradition in Los Angeles. Join us for I Am An Immigrant: The Story of Our Nation on Saturday April 18th. On June 18th, immigrant families, artists and actors will share the stage at Los Angeles’ historic Holman United Methodist Church, telling the history of our nation’s rich immigrant … [Read more...]

1965 Voting Rights Act 50th Anniversary Commemoration Starts August 1st

California and New York are covered with Southern states in recent ruling of 2015 Voting Rights Advancement Act Fix n Wednesday, July 29 at 9 am on the Los Angeles City Hall West Steps, elected officials will join a multi-cultural coalition at a press conference to announce the Los Angeles commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the 1965 Voting Rights Act (VRA) kicking off Saturday, August 1 with a slate of programs through August 9, including a tribute on the actual VRA signing date of … [Read more...]