is an online journal and community that examines, expresses, and encourages commitments to social justice as inspired by the prophetic gospel of Jesus Christ. As both a journal and a forum for conversation, action and community building. Unbound seeks to be an inclusive and welcoming platform, no matter one’s gender, sexuality, race, religion, age, ability or creed. We seek to experience and express different perspectives that further the Kin-dom of God and move us toward the arc of justice.
Unbound and More Light Presbyterians have partnered to create a Lent devotional written by queer people of faith and allies. Ashes to Rainbows: A Queer Lenten Devotional offers reflections for Ash Wednesday, each Sunday of Lent, and Holy Week. This queer devotional features an array of voices and perspectives, thought-provoking theologies, and a new way to think about the time in which we call Lent. Join us on this lenten journey as we reflect, challenge, and await the resurrection of the Christ who loves us all…no matter who God created us to be.
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Recently our Church hosted a workshop led by Jeannie Gainsburg, MSS, Pronouns: she/her/hersSavvy Ally Action | Foundersavvyallyaction@gmail.com
Below are links to
handouts that were available to the class and also some excerpts from
her email with links to her contact information as well as other helpful
Here is the link to my YouTube channel and Website where you’ll find all of my free 3-minute videos with Savvy Ally tips! There are also links on my website to purchase my book The Savvy Ally. If your group is looking at ways to learn more about creating LGBTQ+ inclusive spaces, I hope you’ll consider hosting the Savvy Ally Virtual Book Club! My virtual book club was created by the minority-owned company, Hiitide. For less than 14 minutes a day, for one month, your group will get their “daily dose” of LGBTQ+ ally tips. You’ll also get to interact with me on the discussion board and end with your own private Q&A session. If you’re interested, please let me know and I can send you more information.
This is an article from the Washington Post that I mention during the workshop. I found the video clip extremely interesting as well.