August 16, 2012 | by Steve Charing
Faith conversations at weekly open house
Saints Serguis and Bacchus, gay news, Washington Blade

Open house is a weekly open forum and casual work meeting for volunteers and supporters who are thinking about volunteering.

Sixteen people attended the open house last Friday at the Charles Village home of Gerry Fisher and David Kimble where the subject was having faith-based conversations regarding marriage equality. Rev. Samuel Offer, who is vice president and consultant with the Washington Consulting Group, was the guest speaker. Other notable participants were Marylanders for Marriage Equality Field Director Adam Limehouse, PFLAG leader June Horner and community activist Rev. Mother Meredith Moise.

The open house is a weekly open forum and casual work meeting for volunteers and supporters who are thinking about volunteering. They meet each Friday until the election at 2721 Guilford Ave. in Baltimore beginning at 7 p.m.

“There was great energy and enthusiasm in the house tonight. It’s taken some effort, but I think we’re figuring out how to meet the community ‘where it’s at’ to foster stronger connections, while at the same time getting the campaign what it needs to win in November, which is only a few months away,” Fisher told the Blade. “We want everyone to win in this effort.”

For more information, contact gerryfisher61@comcast.net or 410-949-7888.

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