Saint Mark's and United Theological Seminary Partner for Pride 2014

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Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, in partnership with United Theological Seminary, is expanding the opportunities for the LGBTQ community and allies to celebrate and learn, with a special focus on transgender inclusion. Allyson Robinson, a leading transgender voice for inclusion, will join their communities for Twin Cities Pride Weekend 2014. (http://ourcathedral.org/pride)

Saint Mark’s provides a safe and welcoming space to promote freedom in the LGBTQ community through education, discussion and artistic expression.

Allyson Robinson, a leading transgender voice for issues of LGBTQ inclusion, joins Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral and United Theological Seminary (UTS) for Twin Cities Pride Weekend 2014. Saint Mark’s and UTS are expanding the opportunities for the community and allies to celebrate and learn, with a special focus on transgender inclusion. A wide range of events will be available to the public. (http://ourcathedral.org/pride)

Community Forum: Allyson Robinson
Thursday June 26, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
Peak Equality: The Future of the LGBTQ Movement in a Post-DOMA, Post-ENDA World. Allyson Robinson will explore the issues facing the LGBTQ community today and in the future.

Out in Gospel
Friday, June 27, 2014
Out in Gospel, presented by United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, is an education and celebration event that promotes respect, reconciliation and solidarity. A 5:00 p.m. Panel Discussion: a public conversation about human sexuality within the context of theology, arts and worship will be followed by a 7:30 p.m. Gospel Concert featuring Jevetta Steele.

Concert in Saint Mark’s Sanctuary
Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 2:00 p.m.
Building community and creating social change by raising our voices in song. Featuring special musical guests including One Voice: Minnesota’s LGBTQ Mixed Chorus.

The Twin Cities Community Pride Service
Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.
Allyson Robinson preaching: “Social Justice, LGBTQ Communities, and the Church: Predicting the Future” at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral. All are invited to fully participate in this service of worship and affirmation for the LGBTQ community and friends.

Saint Mark’s Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral provides a safe and welcoming space to promote freedom in the LGBTQ community through education, discussion and artistic expression. supporting and lifting up, as a community, those who are Coming Out: Within family, Within church, Within career, Within self.

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