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Pride March 2007
The Episcopal Church has, for years, been in the forefront of the full inclusion of LGBT persons in all aspects of our church lives. We may not yet have attained all of our goals everywhere, but we are well on our way. The LGBT Community needs to know this. The annual NYC LGBT Pride March is one of the most visual and important ways that we have of reaching out to the LGBT Community, many of whom have given up on or been driven away from any organized religion.
The Committee on LGBT Concerns of the Episcopal Diocese of New York is partnering with Integrity-NYC Metro and many parishes and individuals to arrange for a float and DJ in the 2013 LGBT Pride March. The March takes place on Sunday, June 30th 2013. It ill proceed down Fifth Avenue from the lower 30s to its usual end point on Christopher and Greenwich in the West Village. Exact details of where and when to meet will not be given to us by the March organizers until about a week before the March and will be added to this page as soon as we have them. We have asked to be in the latter part of the March so that those of us with Sunday morning duties will be able to participate. You do not have to register independently. All you need to do is show up. All are encouraged to come and bring their parish banner. We have been the largest religious contingent in the March for the past several years. Let's keep it up.
The Diocese has provided some funding but we need your help to raise the necessary funds to pay for the float, DJ and march registration fees. A total of $5000.00!
Checks should be made payable to: The Episcopal Diocese of New York
With the notation LGBT Pride in the memo section
Ms Sara Saavedra
The Episcopal Diocese of New York
1047 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10025
Thank you, and looking forward to seeing all of you at the March, whether you are Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual, Trans-Gender or Straight. It's a fun day.
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The Diocesan Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns is a committee of the Social Concerns Commission of the diocese.
This is its Mission Statement
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