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UM Agencies Provide Grants for Homosexual Indoctrination of Youth

Your Special Sunday Offerings at work

Greg Dell's Broadway UMC Chicago Announces Grant in April Newsletter

Broadway receives $5,000 grant

As this issue of The Broadway [UMC newsletter] was going to press, word was received that Broadway has been awarded a $5000 grant from the United Methodist Church for a planned youth program. The Reconciling Ministries sponsored the grant application, and the effort was led by Riki Conrey and Dana Brown. Further details and plans for the grant will be included in future newsletters.

Reconciling Ministries is the homosexual advocacy movement within the UMC!  - editor

Broadway is recipient of Peace with Justice funds

The United Methodist Reporter, Northern Illinois Conference Edition dated April 19, 2002, front page:

Broadway UMC of Chicago was among the recipients of $64,197 in grants awarded worldwide as part of the work of the denomination's Board of Church and Society Peace with Justice Work Area.

Those grants were supported with funds given by United Methodists to the Peace With Justice Special Sunday Offering, observed this year on May 26.  In addition, the board approved 12 Shared Mission Focus on Young People grants totaling $95,000.

Broadway UMC, 3358 N. Broadway, received a grant of $5,000 for "Gather," a weekly faith-based community program involving music, a meal and structured interaction for youths age 15-18.

The United Methodist Foundation granted Broadway $3,000 for start-up costs for the program that will kick off in September.

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