Set against a backdrop of blue sky, white clouds, and a yellow sunrise are the words, "LGBTQ+ Interfaith Allyship Summit: Creating Fellowship in Faith Beyond Tolerance, August 24."

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Call to submit workshop and affinity group proposals!

The first half of our day will include educational workshops that we hope touch on topics such as finding allyship in your religion’s sacred text and strategies on reaching the LGBTQ+ youth in your faith community. Educational workshops will run from 10:00-11:10 a.m. and 11:20 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (subject to shift slightly as we finalize the schedule for the summit).

In the afternoon, we will have a series of affinity groups based on faith. If you’re interested in bringing people of your faith together to discuss what you’ve learned throughout the day and how to turn that information into action in your community, this is for you! We hope to have as many faiths represented as possible.

Proposals for workshops AND affinity groups are due by June 28. You will hear back by July 12; confirmation will be needed by July 19.

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Call to table at the Summit’s exhibitor fair!

Part of what makes coming together like this so special is the ability to share resources and bring information back to our communities. Whether you represent an organization, a congregation, or a group of dedicated people in community, we invite you to table with us for the day. Our exhibitor fair will be up in the afternoon during lunch from 12:30-2:30 p.m. 

Tabling applications are due by June 28. You will hear back by July 12; confirmation will be needed by July 19.

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