Pride Month at Sojourners

The month of June has been a time for Sojourners United Church of Christ to celebrate our being an Open & Affirming congregation. Each year we have done something different as a way of reminding ourselves about our call to be an inclusive community and also be intentional about expanding our understanding. Our growing and learning as a community of faith is never ending … thanks be to God.

This year our theme is LIVING with PRIDE:

 As a church      As an ally       As a family       As an expression

June 4   Pentecost Sunday, we will RE-affirm our call to be an ONA congregation.

June 11  Many in our congregation will be at national events in Washington D. C. and local events during worship. Our focus in worship will be exploring what it means to be good allies as people of faith.

June 18  We will honor the diversity of families.

June 25   We will have a special guest. Meg Day is an internationally renowned poet who is on the faculty of Franklin & Marshall College. Meg will preach about Poetry in Proclamation. Our annual Pride Potluck Picnic in the Park follows this service. Bring a dish to share and a lawn chair or blanket as you’re able.