July 7, 2016 at 10:35 am EDT | by Joey DiGuglielmo
National City launches LGBT Bible study
National City Christian Church, gay news, Washington Blade

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National City Christian Church (5 Thomas Circle, N.W.) starts a new monthly LGBT Bible study on Wednesday, July 13 at 7 p.m.

Interested people are urged to join the group to “study, reflect and pray together in a friendly and welcoming setting.” Mike McMahon, the church’s minister of music, will doncut the study with Jessica Max.

National City is an open and affirming church. Look for the church on Facebook for details.

Joey DiGuglielmo is the Features Editor for the Washington Blade.

2 Comments
  • THis is the Very oddest thing. I stil wonder why AND gay or LGBT person is still a Christian (especially a Catholic, or a Muslim, or a Mormon !). How can one be a member of the very organization that has been the source of our rejection, our oppression, our deaths? Religion, the church, preachers, and the Bible are the very source and justification given by our homophobic killers and oppressors. Gay people should check themselves. Religion is our oppressor. Consider Humanism as an alternative philosophy to religion.

    • Until September 2011, why did ANY gay person serve in any branch of the United States armed services when they CLEARLY were not wanted and could be drummed out at any time? Sometimes, people feel a calling to a higher purpose, despite the people in the middle who run hateful interference. Just saying.

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