Summer is usually a time to slow down the pace. Not so for Room for All in this tenth anniversary year! We’re in the home stretch of planning for our 10th Anniversary national conference, managing the registrations that have already come in, inviting and acknowledging the gifts you’ve given to underwrite the conference, preparing a…Details
We’ve been thinking a lot about milestones in the last couple of weeks. For starters, RfA offered the first LGBTQ-inclusive worship service during General Synod – a truly joyful and sacramental act of praise. Although we weren’t able to hold it on the campus of Trinity Christian College, a nearby Christian high school welcomed us…Details
Registration for our 10th Anniversary national conference will begin next week! To start your planning, here’s a detailed description of what’s in store. New features, new workshops, an extra day… Is your calendar marked for October 22nd – 25th?
The event that will launch our 10th anniversary year is taking shape! Here is all the information about our celebration dinner: attending, underwriting, or sponsoring a table in person or across the miles. Even if you can’t be in Schenectady, NY to join us on June 22nd, we invite you to make it possible for someone…Details
What: Launching our 10th Anniversary with a Celebration Dinner When: Monday, June 22nd, 6 PM Where: Schenectady, NY Room for All traces our beginnings to the Reformed Church General Synod meeting in June, 2005 in Schenectady, New York; specifically, the ecclesiastical trial of Rev. Dr. Norman Kansfield for having presided at the same-gender marriage of…Details
RfA Board member Steve Mathonnet-VanderWell has written a thoughtful and, some might say, provocative post on “The Twelve.” He envisions a time in the not-too-distant future when, “Graciously, change is coming for us all” in the church’s stance on LGBTQ inclusion. But how will we get there? “Increasingly, I am becoming aware that the discussion…Details
Congratulations to Second Reformed Church in New Brunswick, NJ 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! They are the 28th congregation to publicly declare themselves a Room for All church!