LGBTQIA+ Social Groups and Events

  • Update: The Open Table

    NEW: THE OPEN TABLE: COMING OUT MONTH SERVICE

    Wednesday, Oct. 13, 7 p.m., Bethell Hall
    All are invited to this Eucharist for the LGBTQIA+ community to recognize and celebrate Coming Out Month. This service will include time for discussion and prayers. This service will not be livestreamed or recorded so everyone will feel comfortable sharing in this space.

    Due to COVID stages, The Open Table monthly services and fellowship dinners will resume in 2022.

GLEE Social Group

Upcoming meetings: Oct. 14 and Jan. 13. Thursdays at 7 p.m. (CST) on Zoom.

GLEE virtual Zoom meetings will continue, but will be held quarterly instead of monthly. This group will meet every 3 months on the second Thursday. This social group is for everyone and characterized by their hospitality. Contact for meeting links.

Join the GLEE Facebook Group.

See Dr. Mona West’s sermon from the August 14, 2021, Pride Worship Service.

Sunday Lecture Series

Oct. 31, 10 a.m., Crail C and on Zoom

QUEER BIBLICAL HERMENEUTICS
Presented by Dr. Mona West, Director of Adult Christian Formation, St. David’s Episcopal Church. Biblical hermeneutics is a study in the interpretation of the Bible. Significant research has been done in this area by groups of people who have been historically marginalized as empowered interpreters of Bible. We will hear from scholars of feminist, Latinix, queer, post-colonial, and womanist biblical hermeneutics and how their communities have developed reading strategies to encounter the biblical text.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SERIES AND REGISTER. 

Resources

Learn more about The Episcopal Church’s history, organizations, liturgical resources, and statements from Church leaders concerning LGBTQIA+ inclusion and advocacy.