The Rev. Canon Jayne J. Oasin, M.A., M.Div.
Each year, the Diocese of New Jersey gathers at Trinity Cathedral in Trenton to commemorate the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., icon of the Civil Rights Movement, on the day set aside by the nation to honor him.
On Jan. 16—Martin Luther King Day—we will come together as a community to sing, pray, teach, and renew Dr. King’s work. The program will be both in-person and livestreamed to diocesan YouTube and social media channels, as well as the diocesan website at live.dioceseofnj.org.
About our Speaker
The Rev. Canon Jayne J. Oasin is the former program officer for Anti-Racism and Gender Equality at the Episcopal Church Center in New York City. In addition, she has been a consultant for the Economic Justice Committee, was the trainer for the Sexual Boundaries Training and a facilitator for the National Sexuality Dialogues. She was responsible for the implementation of the church’s commitment to anti-racism and the equality of opportunity for women in society and the church. Her principal focus has been the development of the church’s national anti-racism training program and she continues to offer anti-racism training events, today. She is also a Priest of the Diocese of New Jersey, where she has resided all her life.