Inlaws & Outlaws


Inlaws & Outlaws at UCC Churches

UCCThis week Inlaws & Outlaws kicks off a series of free community screenings of the film hosted by UCC churches in Seattle.

In November, we had our 400th community screening of the film -- half of which happened in welcoming congregations of several different faiths and denominations.

Community organizations, schools, congregations and equality groups have joined our Hearts + Minds Campaign by using the film to build support for equality on the grassroots level. Now with our Equality Deal, any individual activist or organization can host the film for free -- while earning money for their cause.

The four Seattle screenings are a pilot program for a national series of screenings at UCC churches sponsored by Bob Lemon of Oklahoma City.

Free Community Screenings at UCC Churches
Wed, Jan 12
7 pm
Fauntleroy UCC
West Seattle
Fri, Jan 14
7:30 pm
Broadview UCC
Broadview | North End
Sat, Jan 15
6:30 pm
University Congregational UCC
U District

Join us for a "wedding reception for all"
with live music from the Rainbow City
Band!(Screening begins at 7:15 pm)
Sun, Jan 16
3 pm
Magnolia UCC
All screenings are free and open to all! Each will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Drew Emery.

These screenings are 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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