IRIDESCE: The Living Apology Project


At General Council 42 the church voted to support a national project of story-sharing with people affected by the Church’s 1988 decision — when the church declared that all people, regardless of sexual orientation, are welcome as full members and all members are eligible to be considered for ordered ministry. These stories would then help the church to discern if, and how, it might live into a possible apology to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and Two-Spirit people (LGBTQ2).  You are invited to share your experiences and add to the discussion. Visit our Stories Page or Contact Page for information on how to contribute.

– an invitation from Aaron Miechkota, the Project Coordinator of Iridesce, 

For more information, please contact Aaron Miechkota, Project Coordinator, Iridesce: The Living Apology Project.

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