Click here to register for this ONLINE Lecture, which will be offered via Zoom! Trans Theology Without Apology: Using Art and Historical Exegesis to Celebrate Trans Figuration and the Trans Aesthetic in the Bible with Rev. Dr. Megan Rohrer The 12th Annual CLGS Georgia Harkness Lecture ONLINE on Thursday, 14 October 2021, at 6:30pm | Pacific Time Veiled metaphors […]
Join CLGS in celebrating International Pronouns Day on 20 October 2021! CLGS’ Statement of Endorsement for IPD: “The Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies in Religion (CLGS) at Pacific School of Religion proudly endorses International Pronouns Day, which seeks to make respecting, sharing, and educating others about personal pronouns a priority for our organization. Referring to people by the […]
11 October 2021 Happy National Coming Out Day ! 33 years ago, the first National Coming Out Day (NCOD) was celebrated as a way to emphasize the importance of living as an “out” lesbian or gay person. Today, NCOD is an international observance that has expanded to celebrate the many ways in which people choose […]
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CLGS joins LGBTQ-RAN (The LGBTQ-Religious Archives Network) in celebrating their 20 years (and counting!) of vital work in preserving the history of LGBTQ religious leaders and movements! Click here for more information on LGBTQ-RAN’s 20th Anniversary Celebration.
The Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies in Religion (CLGS) at Pacific School of Religion is pleased to welcome Maij Mai as our new Coordinator of the CLGS Asian/Pacific Islander (API) Roundtable. Maij, who lives and works in/from North Carolina, began their work in this position on 1 September 2021. Below is a brief biographical […]
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The CLGS Fall 2021 ONLINE Lavender Lunch Series Tuesday, 14 September 2021 | 12:15pm (Pacific Time) | ONLINE Queering Wesley, Queering the Church with Keegan Osinski In this Lavender Lunch theologian and librarian Keegan Osinski discusses her recent book, Queering Wesley, Queering the Church, (Cascade Books, 2021) and its presentation of a prototype for thinking about Wesleyan […]
As the summer draws to a close and school starts up again, your support for LGBTQ youth, parents, and teachers can make a big difference. We hope that going back to school – safely and in person, when possible – will be a positive opportunity for growth and learning for everyone; yet this is often […]
Once your congregation has made the decision to welcome and include LGBTQ people, don’t keep the news of your welcome within the walls of the congregation – spread the word! There are many effective ways of doing this, including regular congregational advertisements in the gay and straight press (both online and print); postings on the […]