Thank you for your interest in submitting a workshop proposal for our 2016 national conference in Long Beach, California. Please read this page carefully before submitting your proposal. All proposals must be submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you submit a workshop proposal, you are considered the primary contact. Primary contacts are expected to serve as the communication link with The Reformation Project staff. To have your presentation considered for inclusion in the conference, please complete this proposal form.
In order to be considered, the proposal must be submitted with:
A 150-250 word abstract
A 50-100 word program description
Complete contact information
Brief presenter biography
Proposal due date: Friday, July 1, 2016
If accepted, you will be notified by Friday, July 29, 2016.
All workshop topics must fall under one of the following tracks
“The Other Letters” - Workshops focused on gender/sexual identities that are marginalized within the LGBT Christian community (e.g., sessions about transgender Christians, bisexual Christians, non-binary Christians, or intersex Christians)
Family and Community - Workshops focused on navigating conversations and relationships among families, churches, and faith communities (e.g., sessions about parents of LGBT children, about pastors, or about how to facilitate gracious conversations)
Intersectionality in the LGBT Christian movement - Workshops focused on the concerns and perspectives of LGBT Christians who have multiple marginalized identities (e.g., queer people of color or disabled LGBT people). For this track, preference will be given to topics related to racial justice.
Activism and Organizing - Workshops focused on activism, organizing, and justice efforts within the LGBT Christian community
In consideration of your service as a presenter, you will be provided with free registration for the full conference. Free registration does not include meals, travel, or hotel expenses.