Suggest that everyone who has been oppressed by the church in any way, not attend church on one Sunday. Send messages explaining the absences to be posted or shared from the pulpit.

Walk out of church on the first Sunday in January and gather in a public place for worship, as a public witness of resistance to the Traditional Plan.

Bar the doors of the church (at least symbolically) and have a day of mourning.

Stage a mass walkout of General Conference.

Walk out of Clergy session in 2020.

Plan a Board of Ordained Ministry walk out (depending on your context).

Support mass actions of LGBTQ persons – joining the church the same day, walking out of the service together (and explain the reason in a way that invites allies).

Observe a Service of Silence in recognition of those who are not included.

Staff walkout on a Sunday morning (without compromising worship).

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