Next Support Meetings

July 12, 2016  6:00-8:00 p.m. - Life Journey Church

*Date Change due to Holiday*

August 2, 2016  6:00-8:00 p.m. - Life Journey Church

Sept 6, 2016  6:00-8:00 p.m. - Life Journey Church

Our August 2nd meeting will feature Bill Hendrix, who is with the GLAD group (the LGBT employee resource group) at Dow Agroscience. Bill is going to give us a  Review of State Legislative Actions 2016: Pro-Equality & Anti-LGBT Bills.

Life Journey Church

2950 East 55th Place
Indianapolis, IN 46220

See map on our contact page

Indianapolis PFLAG is not affiliated with Life Journey Church

All meetings open to the public. There is no need to register and no membership requirements for our meetings. All are welcome! 

When Jeanne Manford marched with her son, Morty, in New York City’s Gay Pride parade in 1972, her sign read, “Parents of Gays Unite in Support for Our Children.” A year later, 20 people attended what would be the first PFLAG support meeting. Since that time, the meaning of “support” for PFLAG has grown to include more people than just parents. PFLAG’s support efforts provide encouragement and resources to parents, families, friends, as well as LGBT people themselves. In more recent years, we’ve added special outreach programs for transgender people and their loved ones.

Indianapolis PFLAG Support Meeting Information

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Charitable gifts in Dina's memory may be made to Indianapolis PFLAG. Donations can be made here:

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IN MEMORY

One of our most dedicated members, Dina Roberts-Wakulchik, passed away on May 18,  2016. Dina was thoroughly devoted to improving the lives of the overlooked and the  devitalized, committing her mental and physical energy to advocating for what she  believed was right. She volunteered for many organizations, one of which was  Indianapolis PFLAG.

Read Dina's Obituary