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PFLAG Support group meeting in midtown Atlanta

*** THIS IS OUR FINAL 3RD SUNDAY MEETING IN THIS LOCATION. PLEASE SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS OF JANUARY 2015 MEETING***

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PFLAG will host a support group meeting at our regular 3rd Sunday meeting. If you are the parent of a lesbian, gay, bi or trans child or an LGBT person yourself, you are welcome to attend! We share our stories but do not counsel. Everything that is said within the group remains confidential. We begin promptly at 2:30pm.

Entry to the PFLAG meeting is from the building behind the church. From Peachtree Street or Juniper St, please walk halfway down 5th street to find our entrance from the parking lot.

When: Sunday, December 21, 2014 02:30 pm – 4:00pm

Where: St. Mark United Methodist Church (UMC) Church Bldg (entry from halfway down 5th St)

781 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, Georgia 30308

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icon_enFree and plentiful parking is available in the St. Mark UMC on-site parking lot. Traffic is generally very light in town on Sunday afternoons. Look for signs to indicate parking locations during PFLAG meeting times. Parking entry from 5th street (elderly/disabled parking only) and from Juniper south of 5th St (general parking).
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Georgia Church Welcomes Banned Boy Scouts


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When the Boy Scouts of America made the decision to welcome gay scouts, some religious groups darkly warned of a mass exodus.Church

While most major denominations have indicated their intent to stay with the scouts, Roswell Street Baptist in Marietta, Ga publicly severed ties with the Boy Scouts because of the new gay policy.

Yet across town One World Spiritual Center had the opposite reaction.

“We put the sign up after hearing that a couple of churches in the metro-Atlanta area had asked their Boy Scout troops to leave after the ruling by the national organization allowing gay young men and boys to join the scouts,” Senior Minister Rev. Stephanie Seigh, told The Huffington Post.
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Link to this article: http://www.pflagatl.org/2013/06/georgia-church-welcomes-banned-boy-scouts/

 

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