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Deadline for submissions for the 2020-2021 LGBTQ Religious History Award is December 1.  
Details here.

In the late 1970s, three women not only chose to seek ordination,
but they were determined to be ordained together.
Learn about the journey of Loey Powell, Stacy Cusulos, and Jody Parsons.

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.

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