Living in Exile
jeu. 24 janvier à 01:15
“Exile is never a voluntary experience. It is always something forced upon a person or a people by things or circumstances over which the affected ones have no control. One does not leave one’s values, one’s way of life or one’s defining beliefs voluntarily.”
Bishop John Spong — Why Christianity Must Change or Die Some of us come from religious backgrounds where we have been alienated from the religious communities of our birth. For better or worse they have shaped us as men living our lives. Exile initially is never pleasant but it gives us experiences we otherwise would not have know. Please join us as we talk about this topic. We meet twice monthly to talk about being gay and topics of spirituality. This is NOT a group about religion. This is a great way to connect with other men who have an interest in spirituality. We chat about spirituality and have an opportunity to meet other gay men with similar interests. Our group is about exploring your own spirit and sharing ideas with others. A donation of $10 is requested, more if you can less if you can't. A Note about Unity: Unity Pride is a program of Unity of New York. We consider ourselves Practical Christians. We are not traditional Christians. We do not see Jesus as Lord and Savior, we do see Jesus as a great teacher that taught us lessons on how to live life and express the divine light we all share. We also see God as not a man in a chair but as principle that is unchanging. You can find out more about Unity at unity.org or unityofnewyork.org. All gay, bisexual, curious, questioning men, and gay FTM’s are welcome.
For more info: email Chris DiGiorgio: [masked]