Happy Birthday, Loudoun Out Loud! Gay Men’s Chorus to perform February 3rd in Sterling

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Friday February 3rd, 7:30pm
Unitarian Universalists of Sterling
22135 Davis Drive, #104
Sterling VA 20164
(Requested donation of $5.00-$10.00)

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington DC will perform an outreach concert to celebrate the one year anniversary of Loudoun Out Loud, the only Loudoun County PFLAG support group.

The kick-off celebration of Loudoun Out Loud was actually one year ago yesterday. We have made a lot of progress in Loudoun – but of course the real celebration will begin when support groups are no longer needed, anywhere, for people to just be who they are.

The press release from UUS is below.

Sterling, VA. – As part of its commitment to combat intolerance and injustice, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sterling (UUCS) is pleased to welcome Potomac Fever and the Rock Creek Singers of the Gay Men’s Chorus. This evening of music and fun will celebrate the one year anniversary of Loudoun Out Loud (LOL) the only Loudoun County support group of gay, lesbian, transgender, questioning and queer youth and their parents. LOL meets at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sterling.

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington delights audiences and champions gay equality with robust artistry, fun and surprise. GMCW has more than 275 singing members, nearly 100 support volunteers, more than 750 subscribers, nearly 500 donors and an annual audience of more than 10,000 people.

About Us
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sterling offers a place where reason and spirituality converge. We welcome members of the community who are seeking such a religious home. Our mission is to make the community a better place to live by promoting a variety of religious expressions, working toward social justice, and fostering diversity. In order to carry out this mission, we covenant to listen to each other, encourage the exchange of creative thought, and respect our differences.
This church is affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, and the Joseph Priestley District. Unitarian Universalist churches are self-governing and self-sustaining, and all church functions are carried out in a democratic way. We are a member congregation of Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice as well as a Welcoming Congregation.

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