For more than 30 years, the Presbyterian Church (USA) has been divided over the place of its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) members on issues like ordination and marriage.

Organizations like That All May Freely Serve (TAMFS) have lobbied the church to stop its oppression of LGBTQ people.

We're so over that!

This year, at the Presbyterian Church (USA) General Assembly in San Jose, CA:

It's time for a new chapter.

It's time for a new generation.

It's time for a New Church (R)evolution.

Studies consistently show acceptance of LGBT people is extensive for people under the age of 35. So while the church continues to disagree about the place of LGBT people, the next generation is already deciding in favor of inclusion and equality.

This year in 2008, at the 218th Presbyterian General Assembly, LGBTQ people and allies of the upcoming generation -- the Welcoming Generation -- will claim their birthright as members of a just and inclusive church.

Through positive, life-giving direct action New Church (R)evolution will be the church we want to see, as we invite the PCUSA to have the courage to join us in living into freedom and justice.

Direct actions may include: music, street theater, story telling, speakouts, rallies, parades, mime, poster art, multimedia presentations, online collaboration, worship, intentional conversation, revival meetings, and guerilla acts of hospitality, to name but a few.

June 20-28 2008, we will descend on the General Assembly in San Jose. Through our peaceful and joyful direct actions, the church will be transformed.

By the way…who are we?

Founded in 1991, That All May Freely Serve commits to actively resist and transform structures and systems of injustice. To join in solidarity in making the connections with those disenfranchised by racism, classism, sexism, heterosexism, ageism, ablebodyism, gender identity oppression, eco-exploitation, militarism, and all other structures of exploitation and oppression through the lens of our social location and focus on the liberation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people from religious prejudice and exclusionary church policies.

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And Video Clips!

We have sermons, testimonies and loads of video clips of our activities within our webpages, and at YouTube.

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