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Meet Kim & Corbin

Uncommon Grace 360 is a new project led by two friends and colleagues who met in grad school. Our 15-year friendship  as an African-American woman, and a white male has allowed us to experience and practice the grace required to have these difficult conversations on race and be transformed by them.


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Kimberly Montenegro

Uncommon Grace 360 Facilitator

Kim is the Pastor of Fair Oaks United Methodist Church in Fair Oaks, California. She is an ordained elder and served previously churches throughout the Central Valley of California both as Lead Pastor and a youth director. Her Anti-Racism work has been both with secular and church organizations. Kim identifies as a multiracial African-American woman.

For over a decade Kim has worked as an inspirational facilitator, trainer and lecturer. Her work emerges from years of self-exploration and academic study. Group dialogue, self-inquiry, reflection and whole body learning by participants are some of the strategies she employs. She invites people to grapple with both the intellectual and emotional complexities of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Kim attended Saint Mary’s College of California. She felt her call to serve people while living and working in the same house as Helen Prejean in New Orleans, where she taught GED classes in the morning and tutored children in the afternoon. She also volunteered for a year in New York working and serving a New Monastic community in the Bronx, ministering with people in deep poverty. After her time in New York, Kim attended Pacific School of Religion where she received her Masters of Divinity.


She and her amazing husband Jaime have three wonderfully willful children, Isabella, Jayme Grace, and Joaquin.


Corbin Tobey-Davis

Uncommon Grace 360 Facilitator

Corbin Tobey-Davis is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, now serving as the Executive Director of the ROCK Center, a non-profit based in Aurora, Colorado with a mission of transforming young lives through mindfulness, arts, healing, and a sense of belonging.


Corbin believes in the power of cultivating community spaces rooted in authenticity, creativity, vulnerability, and personal accountability.

Corbin has been engaged in Anti-Racism work and advocacy for the past 20 years. He has led classes, book studies, and trainings for local churches, mens groups, and local nonprofit organizations.


He currently serves as a member of Anti-Racism Task Force of the Rocky Mountain Conference of the United Church of Christ.


Corbin earned a Masters of Divinity Degree from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Doane College in Crete, Nebraska.


Corbin lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife Laura and two creative and kind children: Ila and Tate.

Kimberly Montenegro, Corbin Tobey-Davis & their families

Disneyland, 2013


From left to right:

Kim and Joaquin Montenegro, Minnie Mouse,

Laura* and Corbin Tobey-Davis, 

Jaime (kneeling), Isabella, Jamie Grace Montenegro and Ila Mae Tobey-Davis

*Tate Harrison Tobey-Davis in utero.

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