We're humbled by your responses to the National Weekend of Prayer
More than 150 faith communities and thousands of people of faith joined together in prayer, education, and action for transgender justice. Here are some of the photos, videos, sermons, and social media posts you shared with us.
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Hashkiveinu - Let there be love and understanding among us. Le...
Hashkiveinu - Let there be love and understanding among us. Let peace and friendship be our shelter from life’s storms.Potluck Dinner and Shabbat Torah Service celebrating the beautiful diversity of creation and affirming our belief that every person was created in the Divine's image. #TransJusticeDinner photos: https://www.facebook.com/TempleBnaiChaim/photos/a.134760873259705.23778.134750736594052/1246287298773718/ Service photos: https://www.facebook.com/TempleBnaiChaim/posts/1246403045428810 TBC is proud a participant in the National Weekend of Prayer for Transgender Justice. During the Weekend of Prayer (March 24th-March 26th), faith communities across the country will honor the beauty of every person's spirit and will recommit ourselves to pursuing justice for people of all gender identities. To learn more about the National Weekend of Prayer for Transgender Justice, please visit their website: https://www.nationalweekendofprayer.org/-Posted by Temple B'nai Chaim on Saturday, March 25, 2017
So THIS is how the spirit works. Today is part of the National Weekend of Prayer for Transgender Justice where we prayed specifically for justice and dignity for #transgender and gender-expansive people. (Thank you Bishop and Terry.) And who but GLIDE member Achilles Kenyon (& future Pacific School of Religion student!!) would be here to boldly give the powerful testimony of his journey to his own truth. Bless you Blaze!!Posted by Todd Atkins-Whitley on Sunday, March 26, 2017
For anyone who could not join us for our Interfaith Service for Transgender Justice, you can get a taste of the experience here. As Rabbi Karen Landy said when lighting the Havdallah candle, "the most interesting and colorful communities create the strongest light." #TransJusticePosted by Welcoming Faiths on Saturday, March 25, 2017
Transgender & gender non-conforming people of color & all trans folks are made in God's image. We're praying for #transjustice. May our prayers have feet!Posted by ManyVoices on Sunday, March 26, 2017
Rabbi Jordie Gerson Sermon, delivered at Park Avenue Christian Church, New York, NY
Rev. Marie Alford-Harkey, delivered at MCC Hartford, Hartford, CT
River Needham, delivered at Lake Street Church, Evanston, IL
Michael Crumpler, delivered at All souls Bethlehem Church, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Rachel Bearman, delivered at Temple B'Nai Chaim, Wilton, CT
Rev. Dr. Dan DeLeon, delivered at Friends United Church of Christ, College Station, TX
Rev. Wendy Woodruff, delivered at MCC Winston-Salem, Winston-Salem, NC
Rev. Donna Schaper, delivered at Judson Memorial Church, New York, NY
#TRANSJUSTICE ON SOCIAL MEDIA
During the National Weekend of Prayer, people of faith were invited to post on social social media using the hashtag #TransJustice. Here are some of their tweets. Click here to read a Storify collecting many of their tweets.