Austin TX


Join Dr. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza and Rev. Anna Golladay,
hosts of the Activist Theology Podcast for a live episode recording, concert, and book signing.




Attend the live, interactive recording of the popular podcast, Activist Theology.

What is Activist Theology? It’s a conversation fueled by analysis and activism, all in pursuit of getting our hands dirty to achieve social liberation. We believe in the work of social healing and we believe that there needs to be a diversity of tactics to achieve social healing. Hosted by Dr. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza and Rev. Anna Golladay, this weekly conversation tackles pressing social concerns using critical analysis and the power of story. Podcast recording will begin at 6:30 pm.


We welcome Jamison McGregor, singer and songwriter from Waco, TX. Jamison will offer an upbeat concert for us after the live recording ends.

Learn more about Jamison here:


Dr. Robyn will sign their best-selling book, Activist Theology following the concert. Bring your copy of Activist Theology or add one to this purchase that you can pick up at the event.

NOTE: Book is not available for shipping. It will only be available for pick-up at the Austin podcast event.



How does free sound?

This event is free of charge for all attendees however registration is required. In order to comply with local COVID-19 protocols, and to gauge attendance, we ask that you kindly register all attendees prior to the event.

Additionally, we will be taking up a Love Offering at the event to help cover the travel costs associated with the trip. These funds will go directly to Dr. Robyn and Rev. Anna. You are welcome to register here free of charge or add on your love offering amount when you register.

University Baptist Church
2130 Guadalupe St
Austin, TX 78705

Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, PhD has been described in a myriad of ways: a scholar-activist, scholar-leader, thought-leader, teacher, public theologian, ethicist, poet of moral reason, and word artist. Among these ways of describing Dr. Robyn, they are also a visionary thinker who has spent two decades working in the hybrid space of church, academy, & movements seeking to not only disrupt but dismantle supremacy culture by focusing their PhD studies on new concepts of being & becoming, decolonizing knowledge production, & bridging with radical difference. They enflesh a deep hope of collaborating in these hybrid spaces where their work seeks to contribute to the ongoing work of collective liberation.  Activist Theology as a disciplinary off-shoot of liberation theology & Movement idea has been incubating since 2008 with Dr. Robyn and further developed throughout their doctoral program and engagement with Movement leaders.  Now, Activist Theology has the chance to emerge as a collaborative project.  Dr. Robyn was named 1 of 10 Faith Leaders to watch by the Center for American Progress in 2018.  As a scholar-activist, Dr. Robyn is committed to translating theory to action, so that our work in the hybrid spaces reflect the deep spiritual work of transforming self to transforming the world. Dr. Robyn writes & creates both academic & other valuable resources, including digital resources. Dr. Robyn is a non-binary Transqueer Latinx who calls Nashville, TN home.


Anna Golladay thrives on curating creative, spiritual & entrepreneurial possibility. As a highly accomplished and multi-talented creative, marketing and branding expert, she has over 20 years of blended corporate, independent and not-for-profit experience.

Via her social enterprise Work of Place she helps urban churches understand how their underutilized facilities can work alongside burgeoning entrepreneurs, often lacking in resource and financing, with the intent of sparking both neighborhood revitalization and an increase in ideators who change their communities. Additionally, she works as the Sr Director of Communications and Marketing for Convergence.

She is a minister in the United Methodist Church. Her ministry is focused on social justice and any inequity that exists both inside and outside the walls of the corporate church. She is diligent in her advocacy of full inclusion of all persons in the United Methodist denomination. As a queer justice advocate via faith and social construct arenas she boldly enters spaces of difference and stands firmly in the gap.


Jameson McGregor is a songwriter based in Waco, TX.  He mostly writes about faith and anxiety.  Jameson is also the Worship & Arts Pastor for a community called ubc, for whom he writes about seeking to relate meaningfully to God and other people.  Those songs are released under the moniker Ubcmusic.