Their welcome statement reads:
“Saint Francis of the City believes the church is to reflect the expansive beauty of God’s people we are called to serve. Therefore, in our leadership, policies, practices, and culture we are committed to celebrating and uplifting people of sacred variety. This includes (but is not limited to) ethnicity, culture, all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions, national origin, immigration status, age, physical ability, and socio-economic status.
We dedicate ourselves and our resources to the healing of our history where there has been harm, and the ongoing work of reconciliation, including justice for the LGBTQIA+ community as well as the pursuit of racial justice. There is a wideness in God’s mercy and who we are created to be.“
Learn more about St. Francis of the City at: francisofthecity.org