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Announcing New Offices for Transfaith


  

We are excited to share that we have moved our business office to Summit Presbyterian Church at 6757 Greene St, Philadelphia, PA. This leaves us in a nearby a section of Mt Airy, just a mile away from our old location.

We are excited to join the the Summit community which includes a Child Care Center, Elder luncheons, and a variety of other tenants. We are particularly excited to connect with Philadelphia P’nai Or, a Jewish Renewal Community which also meets on site.

We hope this move will resolve unexpected mail delivery challenges we had been experiencing at our old address. The new space will also allow us to host in person gatherings on site! We are particularly pleased that our new office space and other meeting spaces are wheelchair accessible.

We’ve already received a warm welcome from all and look forward to building relationships here in support of visibility, viability, vitality of transgender people, as well as our larger communities.

Our new mailing address is Transfaith, 6757 Greene St, Suite 200, Philadelphia, PA 19119. Our phone number remains the same (844-2-T-FAITH).

Note: It's #GivingTuesday and we are accepting donations to help cover our moving costs!

  

On the Move

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