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Transfaith Open House (Philadelphia, PA)



We are having our first office open house, since moving out of Chris Paige's living room in 2015!

With friends and family coming to town for the Creating Change Conference, we thought we would take this opportunity to open our doors to meet and greet one another.

Whether you are local or just in town for the week, please stop by for a small, informal reception with light snacks. Meet office coordinator, Tahnee Jackson, who will be the hostex with the mostest! Louis Mitchell and Chris Paige will also be in town.

We'd love to tell you about our exciting plans for 2017!

Wednesday, January 18, 2017, 6pm-8pm
7047 Germantown Ave, Suite 202 Philadelphia, PA 19119

We are just a few paces from the SEPTA 23 Bus at Mt Pleasant. A few blocks from both the Mt Airy and Allens Lane regional rail stations.

Accessibility note: Unfortunately, the office is on the second floor, accessible only by stairs.

The building we are in has a long history of multi-tradition, multi-faith, multi-belief collaboration. Don't miss the spirituality-themed mural created by Philadelphia's famous Mural Arts Program!

Click through for more details on how you can connect with Transfaith at Creating Change 2017!


On the Move

This year at Philadelphia Trans Health Conference Transfaith presents three days of workshops, events, and sessions on liberating spirituality for trans, gender nonconforming and intersex people. Join us September 7th - 9th!

Join Transfaith in welcoming two Youth Writing Fellows into the fold for the summer of 2017!

Planning for a gathering of transgender Muslim leaders at the 2017 Philadelphia Trans Health has begun!

In the News

Youth Fellow Hablo Rodriguez-Williams speaks with trans health activist and sex work expert/advocate Phoebe Elizabeth Oya VanCleefe.

Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Dominic Bradley kicks off our Suicide Prevention Month with a frank discussion of suicide, faith, and social justice.

Open letter from Youth Fellow Mud Howard on trans people who condemn religion from a position of privilege.