Christopher D. Sims

Writer, Lay Minister, and Public Speaker in Rockford, Illinois

Christopher D. Sims

Writer, Lay Minister, and Public Speaker in Rockford, Illinois

Christopher D. Sims is a poet, writer of essays and articles, and a lay minister of the Unitarian Universalist faith tradition.

Focusing on social justice and civil and human rights issues, Christopher uses the written and the spoken word to inform, inspire, motivate people across the United States, and beyond.

As a lay minister, he is regularly speaking at and visiting Unitarian Universalist places of worship as an expert of the Black Lives Matter movement, the Poor People's Campaign, and has shared his story about being in Charlottesville, VA last year during the neo-Nazi protests.

A 21st Century civil rights activist, Christopher is committed to a world of justice, love, unity, and peace.

  • Work
    • Self-employed
  • Education
    • University of Memphis