Black Gay Pride Celebration: Abundant Love
10:30 AM10:30

Black Gay Pride Celebration: Abundant Love

Join Abundant Love on Sunday, September 1, at 10:30 a.m. for inspiring services celebrating Black Gay Pride. This special service will be led by visiting Rabbi Sandra Lawson and Bishop-Elect Rev. Troy Sanders at the historic Hammonds House Museum, 503 Peeples Street, Atlanta, GA 30310.

Abundant Love is a West End Unitarian Universalist congregation in Atlanta, centered in the African American religious tradition, where we welcome your authentic self to join us in community-centered work. Visit us online at

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Atlanta Black Gay Pride: The Black LGBTQIA Health/Wellness Public Forum
10:00 AM10:00

Atlanta Black Gay Pride: The Black LGBTQIA Health/Wellness Public Forum

Join Us in Atlanta for Black Gay Pride!

Open to All!

Free Admission, Free Lunch, Registration Required.

Donations WELCOMED!

ZAMI NOBLA in Partnership with the Southern Unity Movement
Working Cross Differences: The Black LGBTQIA Health/Wellness Public Forum

Saturday, August 31, 2019

10 am - 4 pm

ArtsXchange 2148 Newnan Street, East Point, GA 30344

This forum will highlight Scholars and Activists in the Black LGQTI Community discussing Race, Class, Mental Health, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, Queer Mothering, Aging, Spirituality, and more..

Featuring Dr. Lourdes Dolores Follins, Dr. Jonathan Mathias Lassiter, Dee Dee ChambleeDr. Dani L. HarrisG Funmilayo Devoe, Rev. Duncan TeagueMary Anne Adams, Dr. Shannon Miller, Dr. Kofi Adoma, Rev. Angela Denise Davis, Pat Hussain, Dr. Abigail A. SewellY Falami Devoe, Bishop-Elect- Sonya Williams, and Rabbi Sandra Lawson

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4:00 PM16:00

Austin Pride

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The annual Pride Interfaith Service in Austin, Texas is an event supported by Austin Pride( as an official event of Austin Pride Week and is organized by Pride Interfaith Partnership, an all-volunteer group dedicated to uniting the LGBTQIA+ community and our allies in supporting safe environments for all people in religious spaces and in society.

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6:30 AM06:30

Adas Israel

Saturday, January 19
9:30am Shabbat Shirah: The Shabbat of Song, Charles E. Smith Sanctuary
Our MLK Shabbat morning service, which coincides with Shabbat Shirah, will feature the Adas Israel Flash Choir, Return Again Band and Roderick Giles and Grace Gospel Ensemble. The sermon will be given by featured guest, Rabbi Sandra Lawson, who will lead a 1:00 PM workshop entitled "Creating an Inclusive Jewish Future." Babysitting will be available.

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9:50 AM09:50

Numen Lumen Authentic Identities with Rabbi Sandra Lawson

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Please join us on Thursday morning Nov 1 @ 9:50am for our Thursday Morning Numen Lumen Inspiration with Rabbi Sandra Lawson on the theme of Authentic Identities. We meet in the Sacred Space every Thursday for Numen Lumen – a time for rejuvenation, inspiration, coffee, food, story-telling, and time spent together in campus community.

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8:30 AM08:30

Yale University Hillel

On Tuesday, October 9th, visiting scholar Rabbi Sandra Lawson will be hosting various events co-sponsored by Slifka Center, Office for LGBTQ Resources, the Afro American Cultural Center, Chaplain’s Office, and W{holy} Queer.  She is one of the first black and queer ordained rabbis as well as a sociologist, personal trainer, food activist, weightlifter, writer, public speaker, and musician. Check out her schedule:

12:00-1:00 Lunch & Learn: Creating a radically inclusive environment – Hosted at Slifka Center (80 Wall St)

4:00-5:00: LGBTea: Navigating gender, race, and sexuality from a religious perspective – Hosted at the Office for LGBTQ Resources (135 Prospect St)

5:30-7:30: Living a Whole Life – When Identities Can Clash – Hosted at the Afro American Cultural Center at Yale (211 Park St)

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11:00 AM11:00

A Seat at the Table

Featuring a conversation 

with Rabbi Sandra Lawson and Rabbi Rebecca Ben-Gideon

Sponsored by the Greensboro Jewish Federation, The Jewish Foundation of Greensboro, Greensboro Hadassah, Temple Emanuel Sisterhood and Beth David Sisterhood

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