“The State of Our Unions” Conference Call Invitation

“The State of Our Unions” Conference Call Invitation November 15, 2012

As some of you know, for the past few years I have been on the Board of Directors of California Faith for Equality. While never as active as I would like to be, I am excited about our recent direction setting including the hiring of a new executive director, Eleanor Steinman. After just a few phone calls and in-person interactions, I firmly believe that our faith-based work to bring about marriage equality in CA is headed in a positive direction.

After the recent elections and as we await the Supreme Court decision on Proposition 8, there are undoubtedly many questions that folks have about the state of marriage equality today. Well wonder no more because California Faith for Equality invites clergy and faith leaders to join in on an informational call THIS Friday, November 16th.


With Rev. Rebecca Voelkel, Faith Work Director and Institute for Welcoming Resources of The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force 

  • What worked in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington?
  • What is next on the horizon for the freedom to marry in other states?
  • What can we expect in California?
  • DATE:  Friday, November 16th
  • TIME:  10:00 am PST
  • CALL-IN NUMBER: (605) 475-4000
  • ACCESS CODE: 919428#

Send your questions in advance and during the call to Rabbi Eleanor Steinman via steinmanatcafaithforequalitydotorg OR tweet them to @faith4equalitywith the hashtags #cf4e and #marriageequality and feel free to RSVP or invite folks via the Facebook Event Page.

And if you want to keep up today join the CF4E Facebook Group and follow @faith4equality on Twitter or @cf4e on Instagram.

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2 responses to ““The State of Our Unions” Conference Call Invitation”

  1. So Frank, in all seriousness, why do you bother commenting? I see you comment on others and I refuse to write you off. Rest assured that even if you did not comment, few of us would believe that we are unopposed in our thinking. I really am interested in your motivations and possibly finding some place of commonality.