Aaron Scott is a rural organizer, street chaplain, preacher, teacher and writer. He has been involved with the Kairos Center since 2007 and helps lead Kairos’ work in countering white Christian nationalism.
Graduating from Union Theological Seminary with his MA in Biblical Studies in 2009, Aaron went on to co-found Chaplains on the Harbor—a parish of 600 poor, homeless, and incarcerated leaders in Grays Harbor County WA. His published work includes essays in Jesus Led A Poor People’s Campaign: Sermons from the Movement to End Poverty, We Cry Justice: Reading the Bible with the Poor People’s Campaign and his forthcoming book Allegiance: A Grassroots Guide for Countering White Christian Nationalism.
Aaron is a second-generation preacher and a third-generation organizer of the working class. He lives in Tacoma WA with his son, his partner, and a whole bunch of family.