COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

SPONSORED BY MORMONS BUILDING BRIDGES

AT PUBLIC LIBRARIES ALONG THE WASATCH FRONT...

Community Conversations are an opportunity for individuals of all backgrounds and philosophies to join in civil discourse about issues of interest to the LGBT and LDS communities. These conversations are facilitated once a month, by members of Mormons Building Bridges, in public libraries along the Wasatch front. Community Conversations are not presentations or panel discussions; they are genuine conversations that are grounded in the conviction that the human experience is complex and progress only comes when we listen, love, and seek to understand.

This month's conversation -

"What are concrete ways I can make my congregation welcoming for LGBT people?"



COME JOIN THE CONVERSATION

Tuesday, June 18th, 7-8:30pm

AT A LIBRARY NEAR YOU

Salt Lake Downtown Library: Conference room B

Provo Library: Room 201

Logan Library: Bonneville Room

Summit County Library, Kimball Junction

WHAT TO EXPECT

  1. The MBB moderator will welcome everyone and refer them to the handout provided, at the door, containing pertinent facts and information.
  2. The moderator will explain the ground rules for participation.
  3. The conversation will unfold according to the needs of those gathered.
  4. The moderator will end the meeting strictly on-time and allow for smaller conversations to carry-over until the library's closing time.