Conference Art Now Available!

If you attended “Making Room for All 2013” in October, or if you’ve visited Room for All’s Facebook page, you’ve seen the colorful collaborative art response that was created by conference participants and then brought together and painted into by artist Joel  Schoon-Tanis.  The result is a beautiful and inspiring representation of our collective vision…

Another Church for the RfA Roster

We celebrate with the congregation of the Flatbush Reformed Church in Brooklyn, NY, for their consistory’s decision to join the roster of “Room for All Churches,” those RCA congregations (now 24) that wish to be publicly known for their full affirmation and welcome of people of all sexual identities and gender expressions.

New Process for Rostering

In response to trends in the ecumenical welcoming church movement, along with listening to RCA churches who are exploring what it might mean to publicly identify as a welcoming and affirming congregation, we have adapted the process for becoming a “Room for All” church.  We invite you to select the “Welcoming & Affirming Congregations” drop-down…

Conference Afterwords

Full evaluations and photos are yet to come, and reflections need time to form.  We’ll share all of these and more as they emerge, but for a beginning, there’s this… “Spent today at an amazing conference called Room for All.  I am a beautiful mess after attending. I am wrecked, in a good way. God,…

Conference Schedule

Thanks for the feedback!  Here’s the schedule for the RfA conference next week: Thursday, October 24 3:30                          Opening Reception with refreshments, exhibits and book table 5:30                          Dinner 7:00                          Opening Worship Friday, October 25 7:30 – 8:30             Breakfast 8:30 – 10:00          Plenary Session 1– Panel: “The RCA and Same-Sex Relationships” – General Secretaries Emeriti Wesley…

RfA in the News

Here’s an article about our upcoming conference that appeared in a local W. Michigan paper.  If you live in the Grand Rapids area, we hope you’ll join us for the two events that are free and open to the public during the conference!