An Uncovered production by Nichole Mischke Media, this two-hour journey tells the stories of mothers of gay children, self-identifying LGBTQ individuals, a clinical psychologist and an evangelical pastor of an LGBTQ-affirming church.
The 2nd Annual Interfaith Pride Worship Service will be held at 7pm on Wednesday June 7, at the McGinnity Room, Spokane. OutSpokane will host the service, with clergy of various faiths participating. Everyone is welcome to attend.
At the 2016 Spokane PRIDE Interfaith Worship Service, held at the Spark Center, eight clergy from six different traditions — United Church of Christ, Jewish, New Thought, Unity, Buddhist and Disciples of Christ— spoke about this year’s Pride theme: From Silence to Celebration.
Spokane’s 24th Annual Pride Parade and Rainbow Festival showed an increase in representation of local faith communities, all of which, except for the Spokane Street Preachers (SSP), were open and affirming congregations and were present to participate in the celebration.