SpeakOUT Boston

Friday, June 28 - 7pm

1 South Main Street, Randolph

Upper Level - First Congregational Church, UCC

SpeakOUT is a community of speakers and volunteers working to create a world free of bias and prejudice by telling the truths of LGBTQ+ lives.

Since 1972, SpeakOUT Boston has conducted peer-led training programs to prepare LGBTQ+* community members to effectively tell their personal stories to create positive social change. Our clients are seeking ways to create safer and more rewarding spaces for LGBTQ+ people through education and dialogue. If you are interested in finding out more about our services, please contact us. 

*LGBTQ+: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning, intersex, asexual & other identities within the rainbow community.


Now Seeking Vendors

Whether you're a local business, crafter, fresh food vendor, or organization, we want you to be part of this historic event. Showcase your products, share your message, and join us in creating an inclusive space where everyone feels welcome.

If you're interested in becoming a vendor at Randolph Pride, please fill out the application by clicking the button below:

Vendor Application

We look forward to having you join us in making this celebration one to remember! 

For more information, contact us at youareloved@randolphpride.org.

Randolph Pride Fest

Saturday, June 29  12-4 pm

Parking Lot Behind Turner Free Library, Randolph

Four hours of food, fun, entertainment and a resounding reminder of how supported those in the LGBTQIA+ community are here in Randolph, MA.

Food Trucks - Vendors - Entertainment - Bounce House - Children's Activities - Music - Fun - Fellowship

You won't want to miss it!

CLICK HERE to access Vendor Application

Email questions to: youareloved@randolphpride.org

1946 - Film Screening

Saturday, June 29 - 7pm

1 South Main Street, Randolph

Upper Level - First Congregational Church, UCC

FREE Admission

1946 is a revolutionary new documentary that chronicles how the misuse of a single word changed the course of modern history. 

The film chronicles the discovery of never-before-seen archives at Yale University which unveil astonishing new revelations, and casts significant doubt on any biblical basis for LGBTQIA+ prejudice. Featuring commentary from prominent scholars as well as opposing pastors, including the personal stories of the film’s creators, 1946 is at once challenging, enlightening, and inspiring.  


PRIDE Worship

Sunday, June 30 - 10 am

1 South Main Street, Randolph

Upper Level - First Congregational Church, UCC

No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey... you are welcome here! No, really... YOU are welcome!

No bait and switch. 

No trying to change who you are. 

You are welcome as the beautiful human God has created you to be. Come celebrate the love and justice of Jesus in this annual Pride Sunday worship. 

Gather with us onsite or online!