Pro-Equality Faith Leaders Gather @ Texas Capitol

by Ryan

Texas Believes

As pro-equality activists converge on the state Capitol on Friday (July 21) to speak out against the discriminatory “bathroom bill,” supportive clergy will also be there to add their voices.

At 2 p.m. Texas Believes clergy will lead a brief service of prayer and blessing — thanking and encouraging the activists, allies and elected leaders who are gathered to oppose discrimination.

When:  2 – 2:20 p.m.   |   Friday, July 21
Where: Texas Capitol — Outdoor Rotunda
(in Capitol Extension, level E2)

No RSVP required to attend. All are welcome to join hands with colleagues and friends to show solidarity with the committed, tireless supporters of LGBTQ equality speaking out at the Capitol.

Click here to view a map of the Capitol buildings.

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