Faith organizations, leaders, and have been getting into the spirit of Spirit Day 2016! Youth ministries, camps, congregations, campus ministries, advocacy organizations, and whole denominations have gone purple today.
The Naming Project
Last week, 20 LGBTQ and allied campers, along with seven counselors, traveled to Bay Lake Camp in Deerwood, MN f
Across social media, blogs, churches, mosques, synagogues, small groups, youth groups, and more, people are talking about how faith groups can take action to oppose bullying and stand in solidarity with LGBT youth for Spirit Day.
The Minneapolis Star Tribune highlighted The Naming Project, a groundbreaking summer camp that is a safe haven for Christian youth of all sexual and gender identities.
By either making a donation or raising awareness, you can help The Naming Project bring another decade of happiness to LGBTQA youth across the nation.
This Thursday, congregations, faith leaders, and religious organizations will join millions of people to go purple for Spirit Day.
For many people, camps are formative experiences that can shape the rest of one's life. These LGBTQ-specific camps provide a safe and affirming environment to allow campers just to be youth, explore who they are, and enjoy canoeing and bonfires free of social anxiety.