Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

Woodland Park United Methodist Church
Seattle, WA

In support of Washington Referendum 74, Seattle's Woodland Park United Methodist Church presents a community screening of Inlaws & Outlaws on Tuesday, August 14th, at 7 pm. This locally-produced documentary features true stories of couples and singles, gay and straight, celebrating what they have in common: love.

Seattle filmmaker Drew Emery will join the audience for a Q&A and discussion after the film. Drew Emery Free popcorn will be served.

According to the church's Carol Waymack, Woodland Park UMC has been proudly supportive of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights for 13 years. "We have also been active in supporting change in our denomination, but while we have not been successful nationally yet, Methodist churches in Washington support Referendum 74," she added. "We look forward to discussing how this new law might affect gay and straight families in our community. We welcome questions and vow to enforce safety for all attending."

What: Woodland Park United Methodist Church
Community Screening & Discussion
When:Tuesday, August 14th, 2012
7 pm
Where: Woodland Park UMC Fellowship Hall
302 North 78th Street, Seattle, WA 98103
How: $5 suggested donation, if able; All welcome!

Did we mention the free popcorn?

About Woodland Park UMC:

Woodland Park United Methodist Church is a small but active congregation of United Methodists including young and old, gay and straight and transgender, wealthy and not so wealthy, conservatives and progressives, striving to welcome all. Worship is each Sunday at 10:30. Come as you are.

Map & Directions:

The church is on the NE corner of 78th and Greenwood. Free parking is available in lot east of church. Enter lot from N. 78th Street. The Fellowship Hall is thru the breezeway.

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