2013 SEPTEMBER 13–15
SALT LAKE CITY
Affirmation: Gay & Lesbian Mormons

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  Dear LGBT Mormons, Families, and Friends:  
 

Affirmation President Randall Thacker
Join us in Salt Lake City this September 13-15 for our annual international conference!

New Frontiers is about expanding our vision around the unknown possibilities and opportunities for LGBT Mormons. We will explore how we can come together as a community of LGBTQ/SSA Mormons, partners, spouses, families, friends, and church leaders.

We will discuss how we can support each other in realizing our full potential as children of God, be empowered to make valuable contributions within and outside of the Church, and find purpose and integrity in our unique journeys.

We will also socialize together, rekindling old friendships and making new ones as we learn, sing, eat, dance, and give service together.

With activities and workshops specifically for parents, families, youth, friends, and church leaders, the 2013 Affirmation conference will be more fun, musical, spiritual, and educational than you can imagine!

Check out the session topics page for information on the different topics that will be explored. More details, including our amazing keynote speakers, are already listed in the schedule.

Be sure to mark the date on your calendars and join our Facebook event. Online registration is available now. This year’s conference registration fee will be only $99. This is a major reduction in cost from previous conferences. We also negotiated an especially low rate for the hotel: $99 for 2 people, $109 for 3 people, and $119 for 4 people per night.

See you in September in Salt Lake City!

— Randall Thacker, President of Affirmation























 
 

© 2013 Affirmation: Gay & Lesbian Mormons

Questions about the conference? Contact Randall Thacker: randall@affirmation.org Attendees will be welcomed regardless of sex, race, color, age, national origin, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.