Breathe: A Queer Spirituality Support Group

Image description: Leaves and a decorative swirl rise from a set of hands with palms up.Text on the rainbow background reads: “Breathe, a queer spirituality support group. Anyone is welcome! Every first Tuesday of the month 7 to 8:30 PM” Eastern Time. The Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center logo is in the upper left corner. The address is listed in the bottom right corner as, "522 West Maple Street at Bayard Rustin Way Allentown, PA 18101.

 

This group is meeting in a hybrid format, meaning you can join via Zoom or in-person. We'll have technology that allows for people online and in-person to interact easily. For Zoom access, please email [email protected] Live closed captioning is provided.

“Our spirit is what animates or quickens us. It is what makes us alive. Spirituality is the practice of staying consciously connected with what makes us alive.” -Mona West, Feminist theologian and pastor.

Welcome to Breathe, an affirming space based on a shared thirst for community and connection, located at the intersection of queerness and spirituality. Yes, bring your past (tradition or no tradition), your practices (smells, bells, spells), your truth (as you name it or choose not to name it), and your questions. Let’s build a community centered on exploring fulfilling ways to empower each other’s inner strength and peace. The group is held every 1st Tuesday of the month from 7 to 8:30PM ET.

Facilitated by:

Mel Kitchen, Coordinator Lehigh University Pride Center for Sexual Orientation & Gender Diversity,
Mark Wonsidler, Curator of Exhibitions & Collections, Lehigh University Art Galleries,
Jimmy Hamill, Ph.D candidate at Lehigh University, and
Rabbi Steve Nathan, Director of Jewish Student Life, Lehigh University


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WHEN
April 05, 2022 at 7:00pm - 8:30pm
WHERE
Hybrid
CONTACT
Robin Gow (they/he/ze) ·

Will you come?