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COLUMBIA, S.C. — The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Columbia is offering a series of classes of importance to the LGBT community.

For five consecutive Wednesday evenings, issues related to being explicitly welcoming to LGBT people will be addressed in detail. The Unitarian Universalist Association affirms and supports the full inclusion of LGBT people in all aspects of worship and fellowship.

The series began on Sept. 5, 2007 with a showing of “God and Gays, Bridging the Gap,” followed by a discussion. Social time begins around 6 p.m. with refreshments. The program is slated to begin around 7 p.m.

The four remaining sessions will cover self-assessment, spirituality for LGBT people and how to become fully inclusive as a congregation. Any LGBT individual is welcome to join the series as the church works toward this goal.

info: www.chaliceweb.org/uufc/ or www.godandgaysthemovie.com/documentary.html

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