We have sent multiple updates about the “Drag Queen Story Hour” taking place TOMORROW (Saturday April 27th) at 2pm at the Alpharetta Public Library (10 Park Plaza, Alpharetta, GA 30009). This event subjects children to a radical ideology that undermines biology and God’s design.
While we have encouraged you to write to elected officials and pray, we also wanted to make you aware of a group of citizen activists that are organizing a peaceful sit-in to protect these children.
They are asking everyone to arrive by 12:30pm and gather downstairs in front of the auditorium door where the event will be held. There, they will pray and be ready to fill the seats when the doors open.
This quiet protest might save a child from being exposed to this experience. This, and all events at a public library, are open to the public. Use this as an opportunity to make your voice heard!
In order to know who is with the group, they are suggesting you wear something white. When you arrive, look for Rhonda, Nichole, or Mary. They will all have on nametags and can answer any of your questions. I have not had the opportunity to meet them, but I am grateful for their efforts to protect the children of their community.
If you are unable to join in this quiet protest, please join us in prayer – even for the drag queen, “Miss Terra Cotta Sugarbaker.” The lack of comfort and contentment with God’s design and His plan for sexuality is a real struggle for many. We need to pray for them, for healing, and for the Lord to do a mighty work in the hearts of people and in our culture as a whole.
President and Executive Director
P.S. First Baptist Church of Alpharetta is allowing participants to park in their lot 44 Academy St, Alpharetta, GA 30009 until 4:00 pm. After that, cars need to be moved.
If you arrive after the auditorium doors have been closed, please ask the police officer to direct you to the sidewalk for the StopDQSH group. When it is over, they will gather to share thoughts and discuss next steps.
I know that each of you understand that appropriate, kind decorum is needed. The goal is not to engage or be hostile to those who disagree with us. This is a great opportunity to be Christ-like!