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GRAND HAVEN – “Call Me Malcolm,” a documentary film about a transgender seminary student’s struggle with faith, love, and gender identity, will have its Michigan premiere on Feb. 26 at Extended Grace in Grand Haven.
After the screening, the film’s director, Joseph Parlagreco, will join a panel of local activists to discuss the film and its local implications.
Extended Grace is an outreach community of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America that seeks to meet the spiritual needs of people who have been hurt by or made to feel unwelcome by some part of the Christian church. Extended Grace is located at 17234 Robbins Rd. in Grand Haven. For more information visit http://www.extendedgrace.org, email
or call 616-502-2078.