Rev. Amy Gopp responds to her calling to the work of Christ by serving as a global activist and peacemaker — one who through dynamic preaching and creative teaching urges God’s people to engage in compassionate service that imbues hope and empowerment for all. An ordained minister of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Gopp currently serves as the Senior Pastor at Kent United Church of Christ in Kent, Ohio. Amy is the author of numerous articles and is a consistent contributor to ecumenical publications. She is also co-editor of Split Ticket: Independent Faith in a Time of Partisan Politics and the forthcoming Help and Hope: Disaster Preparedness and Response Tools for Congregations. She serves on the board of directors of IMA World Health and is a founding member of the We Will Speak Out U.S. campaign to end sexual and gender-based violence.