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Prism offers free photo session for transgender children

Celebrate Beauty:  All are of Sacred Worth.

Every child should feel beautiful, appreciated and loved. That’s what we believe.  So, we offer this gift...

Prism, a ministry of the United Church of Christ, in partnership with Nancy Jo Photography, offers an opportunity for transgender children to celebrate their beauty.

SEPTEMBER 13th beginning at 6pm at Nancy Jo Photography in Wake Forest, NC

A special event for all transgender children ages 3 to 17. This will include make up application, if desired.

You will receive a 15 minute photo shoot in a non-threatening,  LGBT friendly environment. You will also receive one of your favorite images from the session of your child (a professional 8" x 10") as well as a digital copy for free.

Our goal: Simply that you will see your child’s beauty illuminated by an award winning photographer and know that you are loved, as you are, in all your beauty, by Prism.

For booking, please contact Rev. Joy Allridge at 919-605-4336.  Please text or call today to book your session. There are a limited number of sessions available.

- offered by our mission in Wake Forest, Prism

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