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You’re Invited to Our 2019 Fundraising Dinner Benefitting CenterPeace! 

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Event Details

Saturday, November 23, 2019

Highland Oaks Church of Christ Fellowship Hall

10805 Walnut Hill Ln., Dallas, TX  75238

Dinner will be served at 6 p.m.

Together as Family

We love getting together with our CenterPeace family!

Join us for dinner to hear about the work CenterPeace has been doing since the e3 conference, including a report from our 2019 summer intern and an update on our documentary project. We'll also share our dreams for the future, and how you can be involved.

Room at the Table

 

Please consider inviting a friend who may not know about the ministry of CenterPeace. Or reserve an entire table to make space for those who couldn't otherwise attend. We'll always make room for more!

Here’s how you can help…

Proceeds from the dinner will support CenterPeace in two specific ways: hosting the 2020 e3 conference, and continuing a video documentary of our stories. Capturing these stories in a documentary format is a powerful resource for church leaders and families. Help us provide this much-needed ministry resource by reserving your table today!   

If you are unable to attend, but wish to make a tax-deductible donation to CenterPeace, please do so by clicking below.   

Make a Difference

CenterPeace is helping families and churches all over the globe talk about faith and sexuality with compassion and empathy. By attending this year’s dinner, you’ll be helping us host one of the largest LGBTQ ministry resources in the country – the 2020 e3 Conference – to Equip, Encourage, and Empower! Hosted in Dallas by the Highland Oaks Church, the 2020 e3 Conference brings together Christians from all over the country. LGBTQ brothers and sisters in Christ share what it’s like for them and their families, growing up in local churches, wrestling alone with questions about our sexuality. Sharing our stories creates greater empathy and builds community for so many who have felt ostracized from church and family.

*CenterPeace is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, therefore all donations are tax-deductible.