An Episcopal Pride-Full Month!

A month of events: Bible Study "For the Bible Tells Me So: Conversation on Gender and Sexuality"

God's Pride: A World Encounter -- A time of celebration, prayer, and remembrance

God's Pride: An Art Exhibit

6/3/2020

For the Bible Tells Me So: Conversations on Gender and Sexuality

6:15 pm - 7:45 pm

Zoom

6/3/2020

For the Bible Tells Me So: Conversations on Gender and Sexuality

We invite folks to engage in a bible conversation about gender and sexuality.


June 3, June 10, June 17, June 24

6:15 pm - 7:45 pm

Zoom

6/13/2020

God's Pride: A World Encounter

5:45/ 6 pm - 7:45 pm

Zoom

6/13/2020

God's Pride: A World Encounter

A time to gather to celebrate God's Pride, pray, remember, all while experiencing beautiful music and visual art.

5:45/ 6 pm - 7:45 pm

Zoom

06/12/2019

The Gifts of Trans/Queer Leadership: Discipleship from the Margins

4pm - 5pm

Link TBA

06/12/2019

The Gifts of Trans/Queer Leadership: Discipleship from the Margins

Tune in for a webinar by Episcopal Church Foundation featuring Trans and Queer faith leaders Atticus Zavaletta and Davíd Patiño. 

4pm - 5pm

Link TBA

06/22/2019

God's Pride: Sit & Soc' | A Young Adult Evening Conversation

6pm - 10pm

St. Matthew & St. Timothy

06/22/2019

God's Pride: Sit & Soc' | A Young Adult Evening Conversation

(English)

Intersectional Identity: GENDER & SEXUALITY

 

We're Celebrating Pride with a Night of Young Adult Community Dialogue on Society, Iden...

6pm - 10pm

St. Matthew & St. Timothy

06/30/2019

Disco Pride Mass

11am - 12:30pm

St. Mark's Church In-The-Bowery

06/30/2019

Disco Pride Mass

Join us at our sister congregation, St. Mark's Church In-The-Bowery for their annual disco pride mass! All are invited to stick around after...

11am - 12:30pm

St. Mark's Church In-The-Bowery

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Help Our Cause

 In Our Own Words is a New York City-based, month-long, free art exhibit open to the community in honor of June Pride and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Consisting of more than 20 artists from around the city and world, In Our Own Words is making space for Black Indigenous People of Color in the  LGBTQ community to celebrate our intersectionality and belonging, while remembering those who remain unsafe in the shadows and those we’ve lost in the battle for liberation and visibility. 


Compiled of donated art, the Church of St. Matthew and St. Timothy is eager to compensate these young artists generous enough to part with their work for the mission of spreading God’s Pride and Love. Many of these artists have never been paid for their art and SMST is working to provide any compensation we can to ensure they know their value and our gratitude! Please, take a moment to donate to support our LGBTQ+ Pride art exhibition, and enjoy our exhibit and community throughout the month of June!

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