Hello and HAPPY NEW YEAR! We look forward to the things in store for the Queermergent Podcast in 2012. We are excited to be starting a new year with you and loo forward to sharing many stories in the upcoming year. If you have ideas or requests for themes or guests please let us know!
In our January episode we have the honor of speaking with Rev. Malcolm Himschoot. Thanks for listening!
Rev. Malcolm Himschoot is originally from Colorado. He went east to Amherst College in Massachusetts for a college degree and then, via Guatemala and Russia, back to Colorado to attend the Iliff School of Theology. He was ordained in the United Church of Christ in 2004. He has served interim settings including the Denver Inner City Parish, Plymouth Church in Minneapolis, and the national group The UCC Coalition for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns.
Pastor Malcolm’s portfolio ministry has included consulting work with the Rocky Mountain Conference, teaching with the Metro Denver Association, anti-poverty advocacy, and grassroots organizing toward bilingual multi-cultural ecumenical faith communities.
He is a parent and a writer, educator and reformer. And a moviestar? An award-winning 2006 UCC documentary on transgender realities bears his name: Call Me Malcolm.
In this podcast Malcolm mentioned a web resource called GenderFold Action Alliance. They say of their organization: The UCC GenderFold Action Alliance empowers and supports transgender/gender variant inclusion through education, leadership development and advocacy. Click here to visit this site and learn more about this important resource.