New look for RevTroyPerry.org 8/1/2011
I'm relaunching my website to better address the changing
environment. It will be more interactive and take
advantage of new features available on the web. This
classic location will continue, but will no longer be updated
with new material. You can enjoy the new content at:
www.revtroyperry.org/wp1. As this is a work in
progress, there may be a broken link here or there. The
material will be migrating. Please feel free to interact -
that's one of the reasons for the move.
In response to the June 14 ruling by Judge James Ware.
Phillip and I are thrilled on the ruling that just came out: U.S. District Court Judge James Ware just ruled that former U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker did not have to recuse himself from the federal case against Proposition 8 because he is gay and in a long-term committed relationship. Now it's up to the California Supreme Court!
Today (7/27) is Rev Perry's Birthday
Rev Perry honored at Los Angeles City
Hall - Mayor's Spirit Award
Friday, June 3, Rev Perry was presented
with the Spirit of Los Angeles award at a special ceremony
celebrating Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Heritage
An initial report of the event can be
here, and further photographs at the
Spirit of Los Angeles
award photo page.
Los Angeles Pride are posted.
Rev Troy Perry and Mr Phillip De Blieck
at the White House for the
40th Anniversary of Stonewall
From the White House to our house to your house.
Phillip and Troy meeting President Obama at the White House on
June 29, 2009.
Rev Perry is now on Facebook: Troy Perry (with
After 37 years of life changing and world changing ministry, Rev
Elder Dr Troy Perry retired from his role as moderator of Metropolitan
Community Churches in 2005. But not from his roles of preaching,
public speaking and striving for social justice for GLBT people and
all people around the world.
Welcome to Rev Perry's website, where
we will explore the past, present and future of this exciting world
leader's life, through photographs, stories and ongoing events.
Photo by Phillip De Blieck
Won't you consider contributing your photos to the archives?
Protect our past, don't let your part of our history be lost.
We give photo credit. Please consider sending photos, scans or
your memories of events to
Call Me Troy
now order Call Me Troy for your home use from
Call Me Troy documents Rev
Perry's life and the founding of Metropolitan Community Churches.
Click here to see YouTube trailer for the
film "Call Me Troy" from
Tragoidia Moving Pictures.
Contact Scott at
Tragoidia@aol.com for more details or to arrange for a
showing of the film at your church or event.
Rev Perry's spouse, Phillip De Blieck, contributes to this web
site's photos. To
see Phillip's photo works, visit his