You are invited to join us for Eucharist
on Sundays at 10am and coffee hour
following the service.
October 12, 2019
@ Stramler Park
Look for our Booth
ALL ARE WELCOME!
For more information contact Lori Toia firstname.lastname@example.org
or Tanya Brown Antoinettem.email@example.com
Lori, Bishop Gene Robinson, and Aaron. Bishop Robinson was the first openly gay Bishop in the Episcopal Church.
LGBT Resources: (Click on name)
The Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity
CSUB GLBTQ Library
Parents, Family & Friends of Gays
A Letter to Dr. Laura
The Bible's Suprisingly Mixed Messages on Sexuality
On gay rights, tolerant Christians need to come out of the closet.
Bishop's Committee Announcement
The Bishop's Committee of St. Paul's Episcopal Church has unanimously approved the following motion:
St. Paul's Episcopal Church affirms that it is a Welcoming Congregation, one in which gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, or transgender persons, either singly or with their partners, are welcomed and treated the same as all other persons or couples in the parish. Additionally, being welcoming means that all LGBT persons will be considered for leadership positions, including serious and honest consideration for Holy Orders, without regard to sexual orientation or gender identity. Furthermore, St. Paul's Episcopal Church affirms that the rites "Celebration and Blessing of a Marriage" and "The Blessing of a Civil Marriage" are available for all LGBT couples.
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Same-Gender Blessing in the