Boston Globe: Hundreds fill Boston church for Transgender Day of Remembrance: The Cathedral Church of St. Paul in downtown Boston was dark, save for the dim light of candles held by hundreds of people who attended the Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil on Nov. 17.

Each flame, held in a cup labeled with a name, represented one of the more than 300 transgender individuals--mostly transgender women--who had died this past year.

Tamra Tucker, the pastor leading the event, opened the program with a greeting, acknowledging the role that some churches have played in harming transgender individuals.

“Please know that here, in this space, you are loved,” Tucker said. “Please know that we believe there is no real God that doesn’t love you fully, completely and perfectly as you are.” Read more here.