St. Paul's Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Indianapolis invites you to go
All IN for Love with a special program featuring a free public screening of the award-winning documentary Inlaws & Outlaws, Saturday, May 4, at 1 pm.
Following the film, Seattle filmmaker Drew Emery joins the audience for a Q & A. Then at 3 pm, FairTalk will facilitate an interfaith conversation circle on the topic of faith and marriage equality. Refreshments provided — and all are welcome!
|What:||Film Screening & Conversation presented by|
St Paul's Episcopal Church and All IN for Love
|When:||Saturday, May 4 2013|
1 pm Inlaws & Outlaws, 3 pm conversation
|Where:||St. Paul's Episcopal Church Parish Center|
6050 N. Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46208
|How:||Free and open to all!|
Ample parking; completely accessible bldng.
About the film: Inlaws & Outlaws weaves together the true stories of couples and singles, both gay and straight, into a collective narrative that reminds us of our common humanity and the life-changing power of love. Hilarious and heartbreaking, this film is honest in its portrayal of real people and their relationships.
About the conversation circles: Paired with the film, this program is intended to spark a new kind of conversation about marriage and equality in our communities. Facilitated by FairTalk, participants will have an opportunity to talk with others at small tables, sharing their personal stories, hopes, fears, and perspectives in honest and respectful ways, to the level they feel comfortable. By gaining a better understanding of each other's feelings about the issues, we can learn from each other and find common ground. All opinions will be welcome as long as they are offered respectfully, and will be received respectfully.
Sponsored by: FairTalk, PFLAG Indianapolis, IYG, Indiana Equality Action, ICON, and All Saints Episcopal Church.
About All IN for Love:
All IN for Love was created by a broad coalition of community organizations who seek to further the dialogue around marriage equality in Indiana by presenting Inlaws & Outlaws at events in Indianapolis, Bloomington and Lafayette.
About St Paul's Episcopal Church:
St. Paul's is a diverse, generous and faithful Christian community. We seek to be a place in which all people discover God and a deep sense of mission and purpose. As a congregation of the Episcopal Church we are anchored in a centuries old tradition that is ancient yet new, ritualized yet relaxed, transcendent yet intimate, reverent yet filled with life.
While some of us have been Episcopalians for all of our lives, others found the Episcopal Church only recently. What we share is a common desire to seek and find God in the context of a community. We want to walk this journey with others . . . in worship, in conversation, through learning, in fellowship, and in service to Indianapolis and the world. We want to be a place where anyone--and we mean anyone--can experience a renewed, reconciled and loving relationship with Jesus Christ. Whoever you are and whatever your background, there's a place for you at St. Paul's.
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