Salt Lake Tribune

Nathan Kitchen

Ignore Those Shouting from the ‘Great and Spacious Building’

May 5, 2019 |

Regrettably, on social media, these friends and neighbors pointed their fingers and mocked a young gay valedictorian, just because he delivered a BYU-approved speech at his commencement. It was a surreal moment as the comment sections became a “great and spacious building,” as spoken of in Lehi’s vision in the Book of Mormon, full of detractors scoffing at LGBTQ members of the church pressing onward towards the tree of life.

Laurie Lee Hall

Laurie Lee Hall, Affirmation Senior Vice President, Warns Against Transerasure on Salt Lake Tribune’s ‘Mormon Land’

February 12, 2019 |

“Ultimately, an individual often gets to a point where they must live the way they feel internally, in their mind and heart, how they are,” Hall explained. “Identity is a sense of self that’s in the mind, in the heart, and in the soul that transcends the actual physical biology, whatever that may be.”

Desert Flower

Will LGBTQ+ Mormons Ever Find a “Champion” in the LDS President?

January 13, 2018 |

Thomas S. Monson helped to established Genesis, a group that supported men and women impacted by the priesthood ban. He was seen as a champion for these members. Will there ever be a champion for LGBTQ+ Mormons in the highest leadership of the LDS Church?

One Voice Choir to Present Concert

March 1, 2013 |

The One Voice Choir has just announced their debut concert to be held April 20 at Christ United Methodist Church (2375 East 3300 South) in Salt Lake City.