PFLAG Alamance is located in Alamance County, North Carolina.
Join us for our monthly support meetings at 7:00 pm on the second Tuesday of every month. Meetings are held in the Community Life Center at the Elon Community Church at 271 N Williamson Avenue in the town of Elon across the street from the University. Get a map and driving directions from your location.
Special Meeting for September
We are pleased to announce that Garrard Conley, the author of the book “Boy Erased” will be in Elon to discuss the book, screen the movie and answer questions at a public event.
You are all invited and we want you to come share a special night with us.
When: Tuesday September 10, 2019. Program begins at 6:30. Discussion with Mr. Conley will follow the screening.
Where: Turner Theatre, Located at the corner of S. Williamson Ave and E. Lebanon Ave. in Elon, NC
Parking: Elon Community Church, just past the theatre on the left
Directions: Exit 140, University Pkwy, go north to Elon, take Haggard St Exit, left on Haggard toward campus. Elon Community Church is on the corner of Haggard and Williamson for parking. Theatre is south on Williamson at the next corner …about 100 yards.
Co-sponsored by: Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life at Elon and
PFLAG Alamance (Parents, Families, Friends and Allies United with LGBTQ People)
In May, 2014, PflagAlamance announced a new service. Since sexual orientation and gender identity issues are often difficult for parents and their children. members of PFLAG Alamance will meet individually with parents or with LGBT individuals. We’ve been there, and are dedicated to offering support and understanding in both individual and group settings. If you feel you or your loved one could use a little help, call us at 336-584-8722 and leave a message. We will arrange a meeting.
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