Bernard Schlager

CLGS/NCTE Transgender Summit - Part 2

April 1, 2009
Bernard Schlager

April 26 to April 28, 2009

CLGS and the National Center for Transgender Equality are pleased to present the third annual Transgender Religious Leadership Summit. The theme this year: Trans People of Faith Working for Legislative Change.

CLGS/NCTE Transgender Summit - Part 3

April 1, 2009
Bernard Schlager

April 26 to April 28, 2009

CLGS and the National Center for Transgender Equality are pleased to present the third annual Transgender Religious Leadership Summit. The theme this year: Trans People of Faith Working for Legislative Change.

Ministry Among God's Queer Folk

February 12, 2009
Bernard Schlager, David Kundtz

David Kundtz and Bernard Schlager speak about their new book, Ministry Among God's Queer Folk.

CLGS Presents Rev. Deborah Johnson

May 8, 2007
Bernard Schlager

A life-long social justice activist, Rev. Deborah is the successful co-litigant in two landmark cases in California – one set precedent for the inclusion of sexual orientation in the state’s Civil Rights Bill, the other defeated the challenge to legalizing domestic partnerships. A voice for compassion, equality, and reconciliation, her primary focus has been on coalition building, conflict resolution, public policy development, and cultural sensitivity awareness.

CLGS Lavender Lunch: Gay Parenting and Christian Churches

January 1, 2007
Bernard Schlager

Brett Webb-Mitchell, a Presbyterian pastor and former professor of Christian Education at Duke Divinity School, has published the first book on gay parenting from a Christian perspective--"On ...

CLGS Opening Event: Soulforce Equality Ride in 2006.

September 13, 2006
Bernard Schlager

Guest Speaker: Kayla Bonewell
September 13, 2006

PSR student talks about her experience on the Soulforce Equality Ride in 2006.

CLGS- Rereading Terminology for Male Homoerotic Relations in Hebrew Scripture

February 26, 2004
Bernard Schlager

Dorot Professor of Judaic Studies, Professor of Religious Studies and Director of the program in Judaic Studies at Brown University

With Open Arms: Gay Affirming Ministries in Bay Area Faith Communities

February 12, 2004
Bernard Schlager

The Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund is committed to supporting projects that affirm the dignity and equality of diverse populations in the Bay Area. As part of our work to eliminate discrimination against lesbians, gay men and their families we have focused resources to support the freedom to marry, end violence against gay youth, provide legal protections in employment, housing and public services, and to promote full participation in communities of faith.

The Power of Memory for a Hopeful Future

January 1, 1970 from 8:00am 12:00am
Bernard Schlager

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