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Interfaith Events at PRIDE

Several congregations in our diocese have born witness to God’s fearless love by marching in the San Diego Gay Pride parade. This year, we hope to deepen that diocesan tradition. Our current political climate has drawn special attention from Pride organizers to rally attention from religious supporters of love, equality and tolerance. It is more important than ever that we put a face to religious tolerance, hope and love. Join us!

We hope to have a joyful pride for our diocesan presence this year. Contact the Rev. Jeff Martinhauk if you would like to RSVP for the event or for more information.

Clergy members in particular have several opportunities this year that are new. Pride is emphasizing interfaith clergy participation in these three ways.

Register as clergy for any or all of these events at: https://form.jotform.com/70945857080969  and invite your affirming interfaith clergy colleagues too!

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