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Sunday, March 15th, 3:00pm


The March concert of the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington

Sunday, March 15, 3:00 PM 
At Lincoln Theatre, 1215 U St., NW

Genderosity is a 2-hour show featuring the 200-member GMCW, plus dancers and small ensembles (notably the GenOUT Youth Chorus, made up of 33 students from around DC, MD, and VA). The show celebrates the phenomenal spectrum of gender expression and features fun songs such as "Dancing Queen," "Vogue," "Born This Way," and "My Strongest Suit," as well as thoughtful ballads like "I Can Change," "Reflection," and "Home."

GenOUT Complimentary Tickets for Students

GMCW’s GenOUT youth outreach program offers complimentary student tickets to select performances of each of our mainstage shows. Complimentary GenOUT tickets for the Sunday, March 15 3:00pm performance of Genderosity are now available. Click HERE to fill out the online request form. If you have any questions, please contact Paul Heins at cpheins@gmcw.org.

DEADLINE to order free tickets is this Friday, March 6 at 5:00 PM.

7 March

2020 Women's Retreat - Women Creating Community

Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church in Adelphi, MD  

Recreate, breathe, rejuvenate! Our all-day retreat for women includes three sessions of inspirational workshops, breakfast and lunch, and opening and closing ceremonies. First, we will enjoy breakfast and creating our own personalized nametags. Then we will gather in our opening circle to get to know one another better. Next we will disperse to workshops, with different topics available. We will share a delicious lunch and more opportunity to get to know our fellow participants. Then then are two more workshop sessions, with unique choices available in each session. Finally we gather in community one more time for a final ceremony and reflection on our opportunities for the year ahead. Please join us. Leave revitalized and renewed!

REGISTRATION: You are strongly encouraged to register by March 2nd online at http://bit.ly/PBWR2020 Suggested Donation $25, or $30 for a mother or grandmother and their daughter(s) or granddaughter(s) age 18 or younger. You can pay online by credit card at https://pbuuc.breezechms.com/form/wr2020, or pay at the door with cash or checks made payable to PBUUC (please write “Women’s Retreat” in memo line). Your fee includes breakfast, lunch, and child care for ages 0-10. A few workshops will have small materials fees, payable to the workshop leaders. Registration fee discounts or scholarships are available if needed. Registration also includes choosing a volunteer hospitality task that will keep our day-long community running smoothly, such as setting up for breakfast or lunch or providing a food item for one of the meals. Please contact womenretreat@pbuuc.org with any questions. We look forward to seeing you!

7 March, 6 - 8:30 p.m.

Facing Race Supper Club

We are excited to announce the next Facing Race Supper Club will be taking place on Saturday, March 7th, 6-8:30 p.m. at Evergreen Church!

For this session, we have an exciting update to share about the evening. Local historian, Kevin Grigsby, will be giving a presentation about the history of slavery and how it relates to the military. His book, From Loudoun to Glory, will be available for purchase after his talk.

Registration is now OPEN and is required by February 29th. We encourage you to register soon at this link:

APRIL 24–26

REVOLUTIONARY LOVE: Toward A More Perfect Union

For the last 13 years, Middle Collegiate Church in New York City has been hosting a phenomenal conference dedicated to multifaith, multiracial justice organizing. More than half of the participants are usually UUs, who come back inspired for the work in their congregations and communities. The 2020 conference theme is Toward a More Perfect Union, and it’ll be at All Souls Church in DC this April 24-26. With inspiring movement-builders like Ruby Sales, Valarie Kaur, angel Kyodo Williams, Brian McLaren, Linda Sarsour, and William Barber, we will gather to learn, strategize, and share best practices for taking love and justice out into the streets in this critical year.  If you have questions about the conference, contact Rev. Rob Keithan, Minister for Social Justice at All Souls, rkeithan@allsouls.ws.

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sterling

22135 Davis Drive, Suite #105, Sterling
VA 20164 United States

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