LBGTQ Spirituality & Faith Series
In Conversation with Rev. Adam Lawrence Dyer
Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Building 50: Walker Memorial, 50-250 (Rainbow Lounge)
142 MEMORIAL DR, Cambridge, MA 02139
Join us for dinner and conversation as we continue our series exploring multiple aspects of identity in a variety of religious and spiritual traditions. Hear from faith leaders about their journey through the intersections of sexual orientation, gender identity, and their religious, spiritual, or ethical tradition. All are welcome.
Rev. Adam Lawrence Dyer is the Lead Minister at First Parish in Cambridge Unitarian Universalist, Cambridge, MA. He is the author of Love Beyond God, a collection of poetry and reflections focused on black identity and liberal religion. His blog, Spirituwellness.org, explores the relationship between bodies, faith and politics and has been featured in UU World Magazine, and included in the blogs Believe Out Loud, Equity Blog and The Good Men Project. Adam has also worked with PolicyLink, the PICO Networks and the UU Justice Ministry of California advocating for racial, economic and health equity as well as LGBTQ inclusion. Adam is a graduate of Princeton University and the Pacific School of Religion. Co-sponsored by LBGTQ@MIT and the Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life