MARY TAYLOR MEMORIAL
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Our focus is on how we can create safe havens for LGBT youth in the community. The Alliance
will continue community resource and education events like movies, and talks.
Everyone is welcome, please look for future meeting notices!
If we are to achieve a richer culture, rich in contrasting values, we must recognize
the whole gamut of human potentialities, and so we weave a less arbitrary social
fabric, one in which each diverse human gift will find a fitting place.
True Colors,Inc. Sexual Minority Youth and Family
Services is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization that
combats homophobia, gender bias, and racism. We
provide support, education, and advocacy to those
responsible for the health, education, and well-being of
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex Youth
and Families. Phone 888-565-5551
True Colors Annual Conference
True Colors XV: A Global Perspective
Friday, March 14 and
Saturday, March 15, 2008
University of Connecticut-Storrs, CT
OUTSPOKEN is Fairfield County's support group for
LGBT youth, ages 16-22. The group meets every
Sunday, from 4 to 6 P.M., at the Triangle Community
Center, 16 River Street, Norwalk. For further information
call Dan at 203-227-1755.
Center Youth is a weekly support and social group for
LGBTQI youth ages 16-21. Meetings are Tuesday
evenings from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M. at the New Haven Gay
and Lesbian Community Center, 50 Fitch Street, New
Haven. For information, please contact the Community
Center at 203-387-2252.
THE TREVOR PROJECT
The Trevor Project operates the only nationwide,
around-the-clock suicide prevention helpline for gay and
questioning youth. Every day, The Trevor Project saves lives
though its free and confidential helpline, its website and its
PFLAG - Parents, Families, and Friends of
Lesbians and Gays
PFLAG Greater New Haven/Shoreline
Help Line: (202-453-1395
The Mary Taylor Memorial United Methodist Church Gay/Straight Alliance was formed in March 2004 with the
goal of letting people know that Mary Taylor is a church where everyone is welcome! Churches that are
welcoming call themselves any one or a combination of the following; Inclusive, Welcoming, Open and Affirming,
or Reconciling. While Reconciling is the chosen term of most Methodists, all of these descriptions mentioned are
positive and meaningful to those searching for a place to worship.
Mary Taylor Memorial UMC is affiliated with The Reconciling Ministries Network (RMN). RMN is a national
network of United Methodists advocating for the full inclusion of persons of all sexual orientations and gender
identities into the life of the church. Founded in 1984, RMN consists of 195 United Methodist congregations, 26
campus ministries, and 20 Reconciling Communities and over 18,000 individuals.
We come from many different contexts....We are drawn
together to speak with one voice to speak the truth of
God's extravagant welcome.
Many Stories, One Voice
Designed as a leadership development event, this
conference offers rich Bible study, challenging and
profound worship and praise, genuine
relationship-building across and amidst our differences,
concrete skills-building, reflective and incisive theological
analysis, and strategic action.