Out of Order is a documentary about homophobia in the Presbyterian Church (USA) that you might be interested in supporting. They are currently running a support campaign on Indiegogo (similar to Kickstarter) and as of right now, they’ve received $9,419 toward their goal of $20,000. This is some information from their website:
Out of Order is a feature length documentary following the journey of three queer members of the Presbyterian Church (USA). With unprecedented access, the groundbreaking documentary Out of Order is the first film of its kind to positively portray queer people of faith actively changing the meaning of Christianity.
This important film is about people making a stand for what they believe in. It’s not merely about Christians or gay and transgender people. It’s about wider humanity and doing what’s right, despite institutions telling you you’re wrong, broken and don’t belong.
The characters in our film are on the edge of a big cultural change, one which the President is talking about, the church is talking about and society is talking about. Out of Order is a story of empowerment and inspiration. It invites everyone, gay, straight, faithless or religious to challenge exclusion and intolerance.
If you’re interested in supporting this documentary, you can do so here.