The open and affirming faith communities of Tallahassee invite you to the Interfaith Service for LGBT Pride!
The organizers of “Colors of Faith,” recognize how many in the LGBT community have felt unwelcome in houses of worship, or even literally been cast out of the church or group in which they were raised. For this reason, they often feel estranged from spirituality altogether. But things are changing. Tallahassee is coming to have a growing number of churches and other faith groups in which to find an open and affirming spiritual home.
An Interfaith service for Gay Pride is an important show of support, to let people know that there are places where they are more than welcome. Alliances of people of many faiths, backgrounds and sexual orientations may spark a spiritual renewal within the LGBT community.
The service will be Tuesday April 14, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., and then all are welcome to stay for the reception following the service.
Tallahassee PrideFest is a week-long series of events produced by The Family Tree, Tallahassee’s LGBT community center. In addition to the Interfaith Celebration, PrideFest culminates in a day-long festival in Kleman Plaza on April 18.