Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

University Congregational UCC
Seattle, WA

UCUCC CongregationSeattle's University Congregational UCC is pulling out all the stops to present a free community screening of Inlaws & Outlaws with a reception and live band on Saturday, January 15th, at 6:30 pm.

Prior to the film, the church will host a wedding reception for all couples “legally” married or not! Refreshments will be served and the Rainbow City Band will perform from their jazz repertoire. The film itself begins at 7:15 pm and, afterwards, filmmaker Drew Emery will join the audience for a Q&A and discussion.

The screening is free - though free will donations of nonperishable food items will be collected for the local food bank.

What: University Congregational UCC
Free Community Screening
When:Saturday, January 15th, 2011
6:30 pm Reception & Band (doors open at 6:15 pm), 7:15 film
Where: 4515 16th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98115
How: Free and open to all.
Suggested donation of a nonperishable food item for the local food bank are welcome.

Parking: Parking available in two lots, one across from the church, and one behind the church. Doors open at 6:15. There is a handicapped accessible entrance just north of the main entrance to the church on 16th Ave NE.

UCUCC Congregation About University Congregational UCC:

University Congregational UCC does not care whether you are a believer, seeker or a doubter. We believe in seeking justice for the homeless and empowering each other to break down barriers for those who face discrimination. We build houses and lobby Olympia. In our building we support low income children in daycare and preschool. We feed teens on the street. We write letters to Congress and we marry tent city dwellers in our chapel. We do not care whether you are gay, straight, transgender, black, white,poor or rich able or disabled, We care about hands that lift each other to a better place. We do love our neighbors. We invite you to add your hands and help us do the heavy lifting.

In 1994 University Congregational UCC was the first mainline church in the nation to call as pastors an openly gay couple, Peter Ilgenfritz and David Shull.

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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