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Friday, October 30, 2015

Massachusetts "United Church of Christ" Hosts Blasphemous "Drag Gospel Festival" - Berean Research

Massachusetts "United Church of Christ" Hosts Blasphemous "Drag Gospel Festival" - Berean Research

Massachusetts “United Church of Christ” Hosts Blasphemous “Drag Gospel Festival”

TransgenderMost people won’t be the least bit shocked by a “church” hosting a drag show during the worship service.  What’s important to keep in mind, though, is the lengths the LGBT community will go to to draw attention to themselves, even if it means blaspheming God.  While strutting their stuff at the church event, one man proclaimed: “God is good all the time! That means God is a diva, and girl, Jesus is fierce!”
Christian News Network has the story:
United Church of Christ congregation in Massachusetts recently hosted what it called a “Drag Gospel Festival” in support of the homosexual and transgender members in its assembly.
The First Church of Somerville (FCS) hosted the event October 16-18 both during its Friday night drag show and Sunday morning worship service.
“God is good all the time! That means God is a diva, and girl, Jesus is fierce!” wrote Serenity Jones, the congregation’s “drag queen in residence” on the FCS website.
“What do drag queens or drag kings have to do with Jesus or the gospel?” he asked. “We at FCS believe ‘God don’t make no junk.’ So whether you are straight, gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgendered or still playing hard to get, Jesus loves you and so do we! Amen baby! So come and get yours at this here church!”
According to The Huntington News, an estimated 100 people attended the Friday night event, which doubled as a fundraiser for the LGBT Asylum Support Task Force.
“There is a great drag tradition with music,” congregation member Marlin Collingwood told the publication. “But gospel music has been the root for drag.”
Men dressed as women, complete with wigs and makeup, sang gospel songs for those gathered—whether live or lip synching to the music. Continue reading