Tag: Dignity Washington DC

Coming Out: Our Own Exodus, Tues Nights During Lent

Join us at the Dignity Center, 721 8 St. SE, Washington, DC for our 2017 Lenten program. This year’s program is “Coming Out: Our Own Exodus”. We will start the evening with a soup supper at 6:30. Here are the

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Ash Wednesday Service 7:00 PM St. Margaret’s Church

Join Dignity/Washington and St. Margaret’s parish for a joint, ecumenical Ash Wednesday service. The service will be at 7:00 PM at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church. All are welcome to join us for the start of a Holy Lenten season.

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A Letter from Dignity/Washington President

Dignity/Washington community members: As most of you know, following nearly three years of community discernment, there is now a gender-neutral process for credentialing presiders for our sacramental needs. I, along with the Board of Directors and the Liturgy Committee, am

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Dignity/Washington at Women’s March

A group from Dignity/Washington met at the Dignity Center and joined the historic Women’s march on January 21. Thank you to everyone who joined Dignity/Washington for the Women’s March on Washington. Dignity/Washington was also happy to host a lovely group

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Defender’s Mass on January 15

The Defender’s Philosophy We believe that Christian LGBT persons, who are into Leather/Levi, can express their sexuality in a manner consistent with Christ’s teachings hence the name “Defenders.” We represent another face of Catholicism and defend our right to express

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Join Dignity/Washington for Drag Bingo Jan. 24

After a successful and exciting event last year, Dignity/Washington is teaming up again with the lovely staff at Nellie’s Sports Bar for their Tuesday night Drag Bingo on January 24, from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. There will be limited seating

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Share Your Lenten Reflections

Thanks to EVERYONE who volunteered to write a reflection for our Lenten Reflection Booklet! All 46 daily readings have been spoken for! Remember that the deadline is February 5, but early submissions are appreciated.  Send all reflections and questions or concerns

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Warren Hall: “What God’s People Believe” Jan. 29

Dignity/Washington will be pleased to welcome Warren R. Hall as our guest speaker. His presentation, titled “Sensus Fidelium: What God’s People Believe,” will take place at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church (1820 Connecticut Avenue, NW DC 20009), January 29 at 7:15

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The Black Civil Rights Movement & LGBTQ Equal Rights–Feb. 19

Understanding the Impact of the Black Civil Rights Movement on the LGBTQ fight for Equal Rights — Feb 19 Join us on Sunday, February 19th after the 6:00 Mass to hear Earl D. Fowlkes, Jr. This session will focus on

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The Sacrament of Resistance — March 19th

Army Chaplain 1st Lieutenant, and UU Minister the Rev. Chris Antal on The Sacrament of Resistance Resistance is what love looks like in the face of U.S. policies of global military supremacy, “preemptive war” and “defensive strikes” by lethal drones.

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