News from AllianceQ: Crossbeams June 2018

Sometimes old news is good news! Check out previous editions of Crossbeams here.

AllianceQ Election Nominees Announced

The AllianceQ Nomination Team has announced the 2018 slate for election to the Alliance Council. The Alliance strives to nominate a diverse team of well qualified people to our Council, and we believe that this we we have succeeded. Our Nomination Team this year included: Rev. Dan Adolphson, Moderator of the AllianceQ Council and Associate … Continue reading AllianceQ Election Nominees Announced

AllianceQ Responds to Supreme Court’s “Masterpiece Cake” Decision

On June 4 the Supreme Court issued it’s “Masterpiece Cakeshop” ruling. This case concerned a baker in Colorado who refused to bake a cake for a same gender wedding. You can certainly find details and commentary about the ruling in many places, such as this on from Huffington Post, this one in the New York … Continue reading AllianceQ Responds to Supreme Court’s “Masterpiece Cake” Decision

Goodbye and Hello to Dan Adolphson

Rev. Dan Adolphson has served on the Alliance Council for the past 5 years and as our Council Moderator for the past 3 years. He has worked hard, accomplishing both visibly and behind the scenes, and often both. Dan has encouraged the Council to focus more on leadership and empowering the members of the Alliance. … Continue reading Goodbye and Hello to Dan Adolphson

AllianceQ is There!

Over the past month, AllianceQ has been present at several events. Here are a few pictures. AllianceQ was present at the Northwest Regional Assembly, complete with a rainbow of cookies, thanks to the Northwestern Region O&A Team headed by Rev. Brian Carr. We hear rumors that the cookies didn’t last long. AllianceQ was present at … Continue reading AllianceQ is There!

Creating Spaces Where All Are Welcome

When a member of Brentwood Christian Church, an Open & Affirming Congregation of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), told her pastor Rev. Phil Snider that her child came home sad because she was left out of her school’s father-daughter dance — because she has two moms — the Rainbow Dance was born. You can … Continue reading Creating Spaces Where All Are Welcome