The Gospel is queer.
If you feel like you’re past the point of wondering whether it’s okay to be LGBTQ and Christian and now you’re asking “how does my faith and my sexuality intersect?” This is the section for you.
Whether you want to learn more about how to read the Bible through queer eyes, or you want to reflect on what your sexuality can teach your faith, or you just want to grow in your faith we’ve got you covered.
Queerness can help you understand God & the gospel
Queerness can unlock new insight into your faith and help you understand how Christianity has always been queer. Understanding queerness is vital to understanding God and the Gospel.
We want to show you how.
Want to go on a journey into the intersections of queerness and Christianity?
Divine revelations are already inside of you. We'll help you tap into the whispers and yearnings of the Holy Spirit (she's queer)
We put together an 8-week email series to guide you through an exploration of how LGBTQ genders and sexualities can enrich our lives and faiths and be a gift to the Church.
Eight weeks. One email per week. Discover how queerness is a gift.
Let’s work together to create queer spiritual practices that fuel you and feed you.
Rituals have been used by Christian communities to help you embody practices that enrich your faith and equip you for work in the world.
But what happens when the rituals we grew up with start to feel stale?
You’ll learn historical Christian rituals, what they were intended to do and how you can use them to support and protect you when times are tough.
Then, you’ll learn new to create new rituals. You’ll claim your queerness as sacred and embody that through practice.
You’ll leave this workshop with your own set of rituals that fire you up to make a difference in the world and that buoy you up to be resilient in your work.
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