Author Archives: Mark

48th anniversary of the founding of Metropolitan Community Churches

Today 48 years ago, I found the Metropolitan Community Churches and started on my journey also as a GLBTQ activists. Someone asked me not long ago “how does it feel for you after living to see so much history.” I … Continue reading

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General Conference 2016 Photos

For some reason, I always think of an old Pentecostal song, “when we all get to heaven what a day of rejoicing that will be!” , when I attend the General Conference of the Metropolitan Community Churches (and I have … Continue reading

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More historical perspective: attacks against LGBT

StoryCorps, the nation’s largest oral history project that records, shares and preserves the stories of everyday people living in America, has posted a podcast discussing attacks against GLBT people – past and present here. Discussion includes the Backstreet shooting, the … Continue reading

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