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We Love was originally going to be held at Trinity, Reading. Now anyone, anywhere can attend this FREE event!FIVE DAYS UNTIL We Love!
Register TODAY to learn from The Rev. Dr. Allison deForest and many more speakers teaching us how to be more welcoming to LGBTQIA+ individuals & families.
Other topics include:
- Worship, Words, and Welcome: Language in Worship
- Take a Stand: Advocacy & Equality in Pennsylvania
- Permission to Talk About Consent: Young Adult Consent and Dating
- LGBT 101
- Black Trans Lives
- AND MUCH MORE
Register and view additional workshop topics here:
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From Stoncliffe WOW, good job!
Crop Walk 2020! Thanks to all who supported our ChAOS students! ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
October 4, the Commemoration of St. Francis of Assisi, is traditionally associated with the blessing of animals. Please comment with a photo of your animal so that we can thank God together for the gift of these creatures that mean so much to us and remember them in prayer. We will also include a photo montage of our animals at the end of our worship broadcast on October 11 as we join all creatures in praise of God! ... See MoreSee Less
Andy and Melvin
I’m a former member now living in Indiana. Here’s my 11-year-old best friend, Howie.
Sammi.....former member living on Hilton Head Island
Arlo, the resident kitty girl at Chez Motley.
Leo ... the MPLPA (Most Pampered Lizard in Pennsylvania)
Ralph and Vickie here is a photo of our cat Chester
Our grand dog Lucy.
Coworker #1 ❤️❤️❤️
How cute is he yours?
Coworker #2 & #3
Tallis and Zuzu!
1 month ago
Did you know that Trinity is a Reconciling in Christ congregation?It is with great joy and excitement that we share with you our NEW Reconciling in Christ (RIC) Logo!
ReconcilingWorks believes representation matters. Inspired by the Progressive Pride Flag design, these updates to the RIC logo include the colors blue, pink, and white to represent our transgender siblings, as well as a black and brown stripe to represent the fullness our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) community bring to the queer community.
#RWKS #RIC #Reconcilinginchrist #LGBTQIAlutheran #queerlutheran #lutheran4blm ... See MoreSee Less