Thursday, November 20th is Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR). This year we are excited to announce that DBCC will be hosting a TDOR service. The service will be held in the sanctuary on Thursday, November 20th at 7 p.m. Come join us in a meaningful service of remembrance. For more information on TDOR and why TDOR is important please check out the TDOR website. Also, here are the ten things everyone should know about TDOR.
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Ever feel completely confused about gender identity? Wondering what your transgender friends might be going through? Want to know more on how to be an ally? Want to know what words like: “Gender queer”, “Non Binary”, “Non gendered” “Cisgender”, “Androgynous”, and other words like that mean? Curious as to why transgender people need a day of remembrance? Come find out after worship Sunday Nov. 2nd at Douglass Blvd. Christian Church. We will be having an open forum for exploring the complexities associated with the often misunderstood issues of gender expression. Dawn Wilson, and Debbie Richards will be hosting the forum in Derek's Sunday School classroom. Come and learn more!