“What Does That Mean, Anyway?”: Faith and 21st Century Queerness

The movement for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer recognition and civil rights has created monumental change in the world, and every June we lift up the history and stories of the LGBTQ+ ancestors who made Pride Month possible and allowed descendants to live more comfortably in their own bodies and in their own desires. Yet their work is not done, and the call to “queer” the boundaries–to transgress and transform–still has validity here and now. This Pride Sunday, come and rejoice in who you are and the people to whom you belong, and heed the deeper call to justice for all people, all genders, all bodies, and all expressions

Our service will be led by The Reverend Molly Brewer (fae/faer pronouns, pronounced fay/fair), neuroqueer UU minister and circuit preacher. Fae has previously served as the Youth Ministry Coordinator at the First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY; as a group facilitator for the UUA LeaderLab and for the Church of the Larger Fellowship; and as the ministerial intern of the First Universalist Church of Auburn, Maine. Rev. Molly has preached in UU congregations across the country. Fae lives in western New Hampshire with faer spouse and three cats.

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