The Intersection of Feminism and Gender Identity Issues

Join Jill Moats in a service on the intersection of feminism and gender identity issues.

Service coordinator: Kelvin Seifert

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The Intersection of Feminism and Gender Identity Issues
September 4, 2022

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Centering Thought

Imagine living in a world where we can be all be who we are. Come closer. See how feminism can touch and change your life and all our lives.

~ bell hooks

Centering Music

Bread and Roses, from Pride, 2014


Kelvin Seifert

Gathering Song

“Come, come, whoever you are,” led by Kelvin Seifert and Barbara Fuller

Chalice Lighting and Opening Words

Jill Moats


“Love is the Spirit”

Sharing and Caring

Colleen Millikin

Unison Words

In this gathering of friends, may we each be ready to extend ourselves to those in need, and with trust, to receive the hand that is offered to us. May our hearts be receptive to love as we give thanks for this time that we share. So may it be.” 

Sung Response

We are Sending You Light,” led by Kelvin Seifert


Jill Moats


“Summertime” by George Gershwin, played by Kelvin Seifert


And then…” read by Esther Kathryn


#1053 “How could anyone ever tell you?”


Jill Moats


Jill Moats

Closing Music

“Born This Way,” sung by the Eastminster United Church Choir


Kelvin Seifert

Closing Words

Jill Moats

Chalice Extinguishing

“Carry the Flame”


Kelvin Seifert

Transition Music

“Wonderland,” by Coco Love Alcorn


Gratitude for our staff and our lay leaders who made this service happen:

  • Leader: Jill Moats
  • Coordinator: Kelvin Seifert, Sunday Services Team
  • Tech Host and Chat Moderator: Ashlyn Noble, and Marjorie Doyle, Tech Team
  • Sharing and Caring Host: Colleen Millikin, Pastoral Care Team
  • Songleader Videos: PJ Buchan, former Music Director, and the FUUW Choir; Paul Rodermond, accompanist; Josh Robern, editor
  • To contact the Sunday Services Team please email