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Dr. Suzanna Krivulskaya receives the 2019-2020 LGBTQ Religious History Award.  
Details here.

During Sunday morning worship, Richard Daller presented a gay rights manifesto from the Church's lectern.
Learn more about his act of courage.

Rev. Troy Perry and the Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC) have donated artifacts to the National Museum of American History.
Read about this historic donation.

How well do you know the early history of LGBTQ religious movements?   
Take this short quiz to find out…and discover some fascinating, new information.

Watch the video.

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