In August and early September, 2017, Campbell UCC and Lighted Window Presents are hosting lectures and movies regarding LGBTQ+ life and issues. All the events are Free admission (and free-will donations are always gratefully received if you are so inclined).
- Sunday, August 6 @ 11:00am – Born Perfect: The Campaign to End Conversion Therapy
- Sunday, August 13 @ 11:00am – Supervisor Ken Yeager – Continuing the Struggle for Equal Rights
and Laura Back – Caring About Rights: Lessons on Politics and Values From the Same-Sex Marriage Movement
- Sunday, August 20 @ 11:00am – Jerry Mai – Human Rights Campaign – Current needs and ways to support
- Sunday, August 27 @ 11:00am – Willy Wilkinson – Navigating The Gender Spectrum
- Sunday, September 3 @ 11:00am – Adrienne Keel – Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth
- Sunday,September 10 @ 11:00am – PFLAG Panel Discussion
Join Campbell UCC as we have some fun viewing some LGBTQ Classics. Popcorn and Lemonade will be provided.
Admission is Free, and free-will donations are always gratefully received (if you are so inclined).
- Friday, August 4 @ 8:00pm : But I’m A Cheerleader
The 1999 satirical romantic comedy about a young woman forced into a conversion therapy school. She and other students rebel to fight for self acceptance and true love.
- Friday, August 11 @ 8:00pm – The Boys In The Band
Adapted from Mart Crowley’s groundbreaking controversial and humorous 1968 play, The Boys In The Band is Hollywood’s first serious treatment of gay life.
- Friday, August 18 @ 8:00pm – Trans America
The poignant and moving 2005 comedy- drama about a transgender woman who goes on a road trip with her long-lost son on a monumental journey of self discovery.