Congregations and communities across the country are preparing to re-imagine Valentine’s Day as a holiday of justice, inclusion, acceptance, and equality for all people.
From Tucson, AZ to Cambridge, MA, and from Knoxville, TN to Annapolis, MD, our community is preparing to celebrate National Standing on the Side of Love Day and the days surrounding as an active celebration of justice-making, interfaith outreach, and an opportunity to honor courageous love.
Whatever you have planned, whether it’s a Standing on the Side of Love service, a viewing of the Laramie Project, an inclusive and multi-generational prom, or a contingent for a local LGBT civil rights rally, please help us by adding your event to our calendar so we can celebrate together the breadth of our actions across the country and promote our unity:
If you aren’t sure if you can take part in National Standing on the Side of Love Day this year, it’s not too late for you to decide to participate. Consider honoring someone — or even a few people, an organization or a local congregation — at your Sunday worship service. We have multiple resources to help you:
Thank you for your enthusiasm. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me at email@example.com.
In partnership for a more just and loving world,
Standing on the Side of Love