Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
In light of the health risks associated with coronavirus and as we continue to monitor the current rates of COVID-19 infections in Madison County, the pastors and board of directors do not believe it is wise, at this time, to set a definitive date regarding the return of in-person Sunday worship services or Bible studies. More details, including a link to the Alabama Department of Public Health's new color-coded risk assessment map and health guidelines for reopening can be found in the "events" section of this website.
When is Gay Christian 101 going to be taught again? Spring 2020
Pastor Richard teaches Gay Christian 101 twice a year, usually in the spring and fall.
Unclobber the biblical clobber passages. Discover God's extravagant and inclusive welcome to all. Over the period of six weeks, Pastor Richard discusses the six “clobber” passages that are often used to oppress LGBTQ people. Then the class focuses on the positive Scriptures and role models for LGBTQ Christians. Gay Christian 101 has been spiritually liberating to many, including family members and straight allies of LGBTQ folks. For visitors, the Wednesday night class allows people to attend while keeping their commitments to their home church on Sundays.