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Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

Church of Open Arms
Oklahoma City, OK

NAME The Church of the Open Arms UCC, in cooperation with the Peace House and the The Cimarron Alliance will present a special Pride Week screening of Inlaws & Outlaws on Tuesday, June 2st at 6:30 pm. Prior to the film, the church will host a potluck dinner at 6 pm. This event is free and open to all.

What: Church of the Open Arms UCC
Free Community Screening
When:Tuesday, June 21st, 2011
6 pm potluck, 6:30 pm screening
Where: Church of the Open Arms
3131 N Penn, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
How: Free and open to all! (map below)
Invite:

This screening is one of 400 free screenings donated to UCC congregations by Church of Open Arms member Bob Lemon who is also the Executive Director of the film. Bob and his family have long been supporters of the LGBT community and are honored to have the Church of Open Arms embrace this film. In 2009, Bob and his family received the Bill Rogers Lifetime Achievement Award from the Cimarron Alliance. Bob was also honored as the ACLU of Oklahoma's 2009 Man of the Year and, in 2010, he received an honorary doctorate from Oklahoma Theological Seminary.

About the Church of the Open Arms:

The Church of the Open Arms strives to follow in the reconciling ministry of Jesus as an inclusive, justice-seeking community. No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!

Services are ASL-interpreted and a nursery is provided.

About the Oklahoma City Peace House:

The Peace House in Oklahoma City is a center for education and non-violent action on issues relating to human rights, economic justice, environmental sustainability, and nonviolence. The Peace House is located at 2912 N. Robinson in Oklahoma City.

About the Cimarron Alliance:

The Cimarron Alliance Foundation holds the vision of a fair and just Oklahoma. Their mission is to support educational efforts that validate personal identity, promote public enlightenment, and advance equality for LGBT Oklahomans.

Their mission is to support educational efforts that validate personal identity, promote public enlightenment, and advance equality for LGBT Oklahomans.

This screening is made possible through the generous support of Robert D. Lemon of Oklahoma City. Bob Lemon is a long-time community activist, an ally in the fight for LGBT equality and the Executive Producer of this film. With Bob's support, we invite all UCC congregations to screen Inlaws & Outlaws for free. Contact us here to find out how your congregation can take advantage of this program.

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