This oral history interview is a part of the NYC Trans Oral History Project. The interview discusses their involvement in faith communities, beginning with the United Methodist Church in Spokane Washington. They explain how they have simultaneously explored their faith and gender identity throughout their life.
Mackenzie Reynolds was born in Spokane, Washington in 1979. Mackenzie Reynolds is a Jewish leader and advocates for the trans community in New York City. In 2017, they were a rabbinic student in Brooklyn, New York.
A description and full recording of the interview is available online.
The interview can be listened to online at the New York Public Library’s website.
Jewish | United Methodist Church | Transgender activism | Washington