Amy Cantrell

Rev. Amy Cantrell lives/works in the intentional community, BeLoved Asheville. BeLoved is a community of people who conspire to do justice and end oppression including homelessness, poverty, and racism. BeLoved’s mission includes: Homeless Voice Project & Street Medic Team, Rise Up Studio, being a declared sanctuary, Elders Free Farmers Markets, and campaigns around Housing Not Handcuffs, anti-gentrification, and the uprooting of systemic racism including work around police brutality, and the removal of Confederate monuments. She is a pastor in the Presbyterian Church, USA. A queer woman who loves being mom to twin five-year-olds, she loves the color purple, playing guitar, and studying movement history. Find her on Facebook @Amy Cantrell and @BeLovedAsheville. For more information about BeLoved Asheville, visit


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