Welcome to Other Sheep

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logosinpalabras_1_-124x115[1]A multicultural, ecumenical, non-profit (501.c.3) Christian ministry founded in 1992 in Latin America and operated by volunteer personnel, Other Sheep works worldwide for the full inclusion of LGBT people of faith within their respective faith-traditions.  Through the Internet, educational materials, and on-the-ground worldwide travel, Other sheep, focusing on topics of concern in which religion and homophobia interface, connects people with people and people with resources.

Visit our web pages and discuss with us and others your personal situation, ideas, activism, resources and more.  Together, by joining our efforts, we will happily see the day when religion is no longer the strongman of homophobia and anti-gay sentiment.

Steve Parelli

Steve Parelli

Rev. Stephen R. Parelli
Executive Director Other Sheep
Bronx, New York, USA
June 20, 2013
sparelli2002@yahoo.com

” . . . connecting people with people and people with resources . . . “

 

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Jose Ortiz (left) and Steve Parelli, 2013

Jose Ortiz (left) and Steve Parelli, 2013

Visit the Executive Director’s Site
(www.otherhseepexecsite.com)
Visit the Executive Director’s website where Jose Ortiz and Steve Parelli tell their Other Sheep stories.  The website is all about their Other Sheep travels (like India for example) and Steve’s personal life journey (like his “Dish Soap Theology and the Dover Train“).

Visit the classic site (former site) of Other Sheep
The home page of the classic/former site of Other Sheep (2005-2013) has moved to this location.  However, all the webpages of the classic/former site will remain in tack, strategically linking to pages of this new site.

Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks

You can visit the now former home page of Other Sheep by clicking here, and from there visit the many still-significant Other Sheep web pages, especially the writings of Tom Hanks and Jim Miller.  Of course, writers from the former site like Hanks and Miller will be linked here on this new Other Sheep website.

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