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Arms Wide Open documentary features St. Aidan’s in San Francisco

Arms Wide Open documentary features St. Aidan’s in San Francisco

Arms Wide Open, an 11-minute documentary, explores the lives of members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community who actively practice the Christian faith. It focuses on St. Aidan Episcopal and Glide Memorial churches in San Francisco and explores how despite a history of discrimination, LGBTQ people have found churches that they can call it home.


Arms Wide Open from Tommy Dillon on Vimeo.

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