PCA church hosts LGBT arts festival


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Should a PCA church host a “short-play festival and celebration of transgender, agender, non-binary, genderqueer, and genderfluid artists”?

That may sound like an esoteric question, but this is apparently exactly what Memorial Presbyterian Church did this past week. Memorial Presbyterian Church, a PCA church in St. Louis, made news in 2018 when it hosted the controversial Revoice conference. The church’s pastor, Greg Johnson, spoke at Revoice in 2019 and is slated to speak again in 2020.

According to the event announcement accessed on Thursday, the Q Collective, which is an LGBT group “exploring the spectrum of gender, sexuality, and romantic orientation,” hosted its 2nd annual Transluminate Arts Festival at The Chapel of Memorial Presbyterian Church on consecutive nights, February 27 – March 1.


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  1. Here's a copy of an email I sent to them:

    Do you subscribe to the Westminster Standards? I could not find any info on your website. I’m shocked that you hosted a LGBT “art” event in your chapel. I think your congregation should consider joining the PCUSA.

    In Christ Alone,
    Angela Wittman

    17 His name shall be forever: his name shall endure as long as the Sun: all nations shall bless him, and be blessed in him.

    18 Blessed be the Lord God, even the God of Israel which only doeth wondrous things.

    19 And blessed be his glorious Name forever: and let all the earth be filled with his glory. So be it, even so be it.

    ~Psalm 72, 1599 Geneva Bible


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