But it’s free, so….

…why do I need to register for the “Scripture, Science & Story” event in Orange City, Iowa? For starters, because we’re feeding you…and providing a chair for you. Plus, if the response exceeds the space at the Blue Mountain Emporium, we have a back-up venue, but we’d rather not have that be a surprise (as…

Keyport Makes 26!

Congratulations to the Community Church of Keyport, New Jersey, for their decision to join the growing roster of Room for All Churches, congregations that publicly declare their commitment to welcome and affirm people of all sexual identities and gender expressions.

What’s Happening?

The short answer is, “Plenty!”  This fall, the RfA volunteer Board, regional supporters and Executive Director are: Gathering applications for a full-time Community Coordinator (please apply by Oct. 15). Planning celebration events in Mid-Hudson and West Michigan (If you’re on our mailing list, watch for a Mailchimp notice soon). Hosting an exciting, first-ever conference in…

Mid-Hudson Room for All Invites You

Mid-Hudson Room for All invites you to spend an evening with Sr. Carol Perry, Marble Collegiate Church’s resident Bible scholar, as she addresses misconceptions of the Bible so often used to justify prejudice against gay men and women. She also takes an illuminating look at how and why the Scriptures were created by our spiritual ancestors. October 17th Please…

Conference Scheduled in Orange City, IA

In cooperation with the L.E.A.P. (Love, Education, Acceptance, Pride) group in Orange City, Iowa*, Room for All announces a one-day conference on Saturday, November 1, 2014 in Orange City titled “Building an Inclusive Community:  Scripture, Science, Story.” RfA trainers will lead a module on strategic storytelling, and two nationally-known guest speakers will address the areas…

“My Confession” by Ann Carda

We’re often struck by the unique and multi-layered circumstances that come into play when people decide to share their memories and experiences about being, or knowing, an LGBTQ person.  For some, telling their story is a natural and freeing progression; others take a risk.  Today we’re grateful to Ann Clark Carda for sharing the story…