DJ Vicki Powell held her first Sunday Service at Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium, aka Church, on April 20 with special guest DJ Bendito of the ATL and, all the way from Province...
Several churches in Georgia are busily kicking out Boy Scouts after the national organization said it would allow gay boys into its ranks (but still keep out those pesky adults who were at one time gay youth themselves.).
And Georgia, while it now has to accept GAYPWR, is getting some downright dismaying reactions to the pastors of these churches who are not doing what Jesus would do and turning away these young men because, well, being gay is a sin, according to their narrow minds.
The producers behind “Out of Order,” an independent documentary feature film which follows “three queer members of the Presbyterian Church (USA)” as they work toward LGBT acceptance, have created an indiegogo fundraising campaign to help finance the completion of their project.
The drive has already raised $3,608 of the $20,000 goal and ends April 10.
From the film's website:
About 25 years ago, Grant Henry had one of many come to Jesus moments.
And that moment led eventually to who he is now — owner of the popular bar, Church, located on Edgewood Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward.
It is at Church that Henry’s alter ego Sister Louisa hangs her hundreds of religious-themed paintings, while a mannequin dressed as a nun, representing Sister Louisa, swings from the ceiling with her junk peeking out of her underwear.
But back to the mid 1980s.