Transgender Day of Remembrance
WFMCC will recognize Transgender Day of Remembrance through an evening potluck and prayer vigil. Join us for a potluck dinner at 6:00pm, Friday, November 20th during which we will share our own stories about what it means to be a “boy”, “girl”, or something “other.” At 7:00pm we will move to the sanctuary for music, poetry, remembering those lost to bigotry, violence and self-hate, and a time of candlelight prayer. Service should last about 1 hour.
It’s IMPORTANT that the community come together; much as we do for those impacted by HIV and AIDS. Gender affects everyone, whether in line with one’s gender or struggling with identity in an over-sexed, over-gendered culture.
Spread the word and join us!