The Project F-M is excited to be a part of Fargo-Moorhead Pride again this year. The F-M Pride Interfaith Service, Sounds Sacred (to me): Yes!, will be at the historic Fargo Theatre on Sunday, Aug. 17, with a reception starting at noon and the service at 12:30. It will end by 1:30 in time for the parade at 2 p.m.
Sounds Sacred (to me) is a monthly service of the Project F-M that uses poetry, art and live music to explore a sacred theme. This service reminds us that even when we experience being outcast, we hear “Yes!” to our unique selves, allowing us to say “Yes!” with our whole selves back to the world.
Come as you are.
All people of all faiths and non-faiths are welcome.
Participate at your own pace.
Because sometimes it is all you can do to just be there.
This is a free event sponsored by the Pride Collective and Community Center, the Project F-M, the Forum on Faith and Life of Concordia College, Unitarian Universalist Church of Fargo-Moorhead, St. Mark’s Lutheran Church: Fargo, the Gathering and First Congregational United Church of Christ, Moorhead.
Fargo-Moorhead Pride, which celebrates sexual diversity and gender variance, is Aug. 14-17, 2014. With celebrations like this, we work together to affirm all people, end discrimination and build community for everyone. For more information about the weekend, visit the F-M Pride website.
We hope you join us for this special event and check out some of our other gatherings as well.
The Project F-M is a community of faith and doubt making space with conversation and exploration.