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A New Urban Ministry

As social change erupted, cities became a testing ground…


Homosexual Organizations

Homosexuals had been moving to urban areas since the 1950's…


Violence and Oppression

In his outreach on the streets of San Francisco…


Dialogue

National Methodist leaders agreed to support a convening…

 

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Clergy and Homosexual Persons Converge in San Francisco

Changing social dynamics led to the interaction of the Rev. Ted McIlvenna and other Glide Urban Center clergy with a number of homosexual persons on the streets of the Tenderloin district of San Francisco in 1963-64. The resultant dialogue and development of relationships between clergy and gay/lesbian persons was unprecedented in its day.

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