Join us as we explore the idea of “chosen family.” Members of the LGBT Community often find support outside biological relatives and create new families through adoption. We’ll hear from a few examples of same-gender parents with non-traditional families.
Related to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) interests and concerns
This year in Children and Youth Religious Education our theme is “Side with Love,” exploring what it means to ground our Unitarian Universalist identity in love and to put love into action through justice. DRE Erin Reid will … read more.
This Pride Sunday, we will be exploring the “T” in LGBT+ by sharing the Trans experience through the voices of those who have experienced transitioning first-hand. Join us in the journey of expanding our inclusiveness and confirming our … read more.
All these years later, and we are still acknowledging National Coming Out Day… but why? Equality on many fronts has been won, and the LGBTQI community is more visible than ever. But how far have we really come, and how far do we have yet … read more.
June is widely regarded as LGBTQ Pride Month. For many LGBTQ individuals, the notion of pride is wrapped-up in personal identity, a search for community, acceptance of self, and acceptance from loved ones.
UUCH prides itself on being a welcoming congregation and was one of the … read more.
October 11th is recognized as National Coming Out Day, a day founded in 1988 by Robert Eichsberg and Jean O’Leary marking the anniversary of the 1987 March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. While much progress towards equality and recognition has been made since … read more.
As we celebrate Pride month, it’s important to remember that Allies play a big role in the care and support of the LGBTQ community. Being an ally is more than just wearing your rainbow flag pin; it’s about being willing to stand up in the … read more.
We, as Unitarian Universalists, affirm and promote seven principles, including the inherent worth and dignity of every person; justice, equity and compassion in human relations; and acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregation. It is easy to agree to affirm … read more.