Schenley Plaza is located between the Carnegie Museums and Library and the University of Pittsburgh Hillman Library in the heart of Oakland
Celebrating openness and welcome as part of GAY HISTORY MONTH around the theme
“Welcoming, affirming, embracing… together we can”
A public interfaith witness of welcome and inclusion for LGBTQIA persons, their families and allies by varied faith communities.
The Tent in Schenley Plaza, Forbes Ave., Oakland (15213)
Across from the Cathedral of Learning
Free street parking. Parking also available in Soldiers & Sailors' garage.
The Circle is about goodwill, inclusion, diversity, and God's love for all humanity In support of inclusion, a growing number of diverse interfaith, pagan and religious organizations will participate. Those attending are invited to join this event to advocate for welcoming and including LGBTQIA persons and their families in their religious services and other events. A social time and opportunity for networking will follow the event. Accessibility is ensured for those with limiting conditions.
Admission is free for all at this family-friendly event. Donations will be accepted (cash/check).