Elevating the Dialogue
April 22, 2018
Greenville Convention Center
303 Greenville Blvd SW
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The Reformation Project is excited to host a public conversation on how churches can be more inclusive and supportive of LGBTQ people even if our interpretation of the Bible differs.
Too often, conversations about LGBTQ Christians in the church can descend into bitter debates that divide rather than build up. Consequently, many Christians are reluctant to engage the conversation, wary of generating more heat than light. We believe that it is possible to have more loving and more Christ-like conversations about gender and sexuality that acknowledge the diversity of viewpoints while also respecting and honoring one another as committed Christians.
This is a free event and all are welcome, whether you've never set foot in a church or you've been a Christian your whole life. Join us and bring a friend as we engage this vital conversation. It's time to elevate the dialogue on LGBTQ inclusion in the church.
Elevating the Dialogue: North Carolina is one in a series of public conversations held in churches around the country to encourage meaningful dialogue among affirming and non-affirming Christians. The discussions are organized by The Reformation Project with a generous grant from the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund and hosted by local churches.
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