Anarchist Emma Goldman has been quoted as saying, “If I can’t dance, I don’t want your revolution.” When the world is convulsing with multiple crises, and the urgency of those crises compels us to the difficult work of transformation, how do we open ourselves to joy? What does it mean to dance for the revolution? Rev. Charley Earp is the founding minister and comrade of The Church of The Revolution, an emerging ministry devoted to an intersectional ecological Communism of Love. He is a graduate of Meadville Lombard seminary. He lives in Evanston IL with his wife of 39 years.