On Friday, Oct. 19, a crowd of 120 packed the Holy Trinity Community Church media room to view the acclaimed 90 minute documentary, God and Gays. The showing marked the kick off of a weekend conference surrounding the documentary.
Following a standing ovation at the end of the Friday show, Producer Kim Clark lead a Q&A session alongside Reverend Cynthia Andrews-Looper of Holy Trinity. Reverend Andrews-Looper shared two letters she had received as a result of the sign in front of the church stating: God and Gays: Bridging the Spiritual Gap.
The letters expressed fundamentalist beliefs that gay people are going to hell, and they were unsigned.
Holy Trinity plans to bring Kim Clark and Director Luane Beck back next year (September 2008) for another showing and conference expected to include up to 1,500 Nashville-area residents.