November 25, 2012 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
1947 New Holland Pike
Lancaster PA

“Call Me Malcolm”
At Grace United Church of Christ, 1947 New Holland Pike, Lancaster PA

This film is part of Embrace’s 2012–2013 Film Series:
Issues of Faith Within Diverse Communities

All film viewings are FREE & open to the public with a discussion to follow.

You can’t say the word transgender and people really know what you’re talking about. But anybody who says the word transgender means something different by it anyway, so it really is a story and not just a label. – Malcolm

“Call Me Malcolm” is an amazing story of the human spirit and God’s spirit, and the liberating struggle to realize and express with confidence the marvelous gift of one’s truest sense of self. As Malcolm shares his own story and through the stories of others we meet, “Call Me Malcolm” offers a glimpse into the real lives of real people who are transgender. But it is only a glimpse. There are many stories to be told and Malcolm helps us make connections to our own stories, encouraging us to share them. That can seem daunting in a culture which has done more to heap shame on persons who identify as transgender. The good news of Malcolm’s story is the way in which shame and fear are overcome by grace, compassion and knowledge. Viewers cannot help but come to a deeper understanding of faith, love, and gender identity, and by doing so, arrive at a deeper understanding of their own journey. [Taken from the website]
Focus: Transgender, Christian, United Church of Christ