Mycroft Masada is a nonbinary trans and queer Jewish leader with 30 years of experience who moved to Gaithersburg, Maryland (Montgomery County near Washington DC) from their lifelong home of Boston in 2014. A TransEpiscopal Steering Committee member and former Congregation Am Tikva board member, Mycroft is particularly called to pursue LGBTQ+ and fat justice, and is an advocate, organizer, consultant, educator, trainer, writer and artist. They are married to Julia McCrossin, the mas(s)culine fatshion blogger, and with her they co-parent a dogter. Their central online home is

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Spiritual Wellness and the LGBT Community - this Saturday

Spiritual Wellness and the LGBT Community

Saturday, March 26th, 2011
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

All Saints Church, Episcopal
10 Irving Street ~ Worcester, MA

Hosted by the Kairos Spiritual Center and the Alliance of All Saints Church.

A daylong gathering for all who identify as LGBT, queer, questioning, and allies to explore, strengthen and celebrate connections between spiritual wellness and life in community.

The day will include a keynote presentation on desiring God and how we “practice” that desire in our lives, and workshops on the following topics: transgender issues, LGBT immigration challenges, queer theology and radical love, spirituality and sexuality, persons of color and outreach, healing, Sabbath practice, and campus life. Participants will begin and end the day with worship together.

Registration for the day is $30, which includes lunch; scholarship aid is available. For more information about the day or for registration materials, please contact Nancy Elder-Wilfrid at or call 508-752-3766, ext. #15.

ICTE's very own Rev. Cameron Partridge is presenting a workshop!

Building Up the Body: Trans People and the Growth of the Church
This workshop invites trans people to claim their identities and embodiments as part of an ongoing process of spiritual growth, envisions churches as places to cultivate that process, and sees the full participation of trans people in the life of the Church as a sign of its commitment to its own process of growth. Open to all participants.

The Rev. Dr. Cameron Partridge is an Episcopal priest and interim Chaplain at Harvard University. He specializes in the study of religion as related to sex, gender and sexuality.