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The church hasn't always - in fact has most often not - been great to LGBTQIA2S+ people, but this doesn't mean that queer folk stopped believing or failed to have faith. Really, it's often the queer community that shows faith against insurmountable odds. Technicolor Ministries is here to support LGBTQIA2S+ people and allies in their existing congregations, as well as those who have no affiliation with a church, to advance the understanding of queer folk in the church through education, and to create local communities to share in prayer, worship, and support.

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A mission development ( a fancy term for "new church") of the Southwestern Texas Synod, ELCA for the LGBTQIA2S+ community and those that love them. You're welcome if you're not part of any church. You're welcome if you're part of another church. You're welcome if you're Lutheran or not. Heck, you're welcome if you're still figuring out what you believe. We're here to support the spiritual needs of LGBTQIA2S+ people and those that love them.

What We Believe

We believe that LGBTQIA2S+ people are made in the image of God, that no part of us is a mistake, and that God plans for people to grow and transform in their self-understanding over time, coming to rest in the beautiful reality of their full selves.

We believe that LGBTQIA2S+ people, their family, and their allies should be able to exist as whole and integrated people in the church. We recognize that in many places this is not a reality. We pray for and work towards a world where this reality is so plainly true that it goes unquestioned and unchallenged.

We believe that LGBTQIA2S+ people should be able to lead in the church, whether as lay people or clergy. We believe that God's calling does not discriminate on the basis of gender or sexual orientation.

We believe that God wants us to love people, all people. We also believe that there are many marginalized peoples for whom life in the United States and in Texas is more difficult; trans people, migrants and asylum seekers, and so many more. We believe that God calls us to pour out an extra measure of love for those who suffer, no matter their demographics.

As a ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, we hold to our denomination's convictions as stated in our Social Statements and Social Messages, and find our theological foundations in Scripture, the Lutheran Confessions, and the Apostle's, Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds.

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We know that our churches are not always equipped to offer informed pastoral care to LGBTQIA2s+ people. This is something that needs to change and until it does, Technicolor Ministries is here to support every LGBTQIA2S+ person and ally in need. We even support clergy as they grow in their ministry and become better informed about ways to care for our community. All of this happens through different online groups, meetups, and more.



We love being able to care for people through support and accompaniment, we also hope that one day there's no need for it. Because of this, Technicolor works to educate pastors, congregations, and individuals about LGBTQIA2S+ matters so that they become the best allies they can be.

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Part of changing the culture around us is raising up communities and leaders. As we get to know one another through accompaniment and education, we'll build online and local communities, encourage local leaders and see how we can spend some time with one another face-to-face in addition to online.

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Rev. Keats Miles-Wallace (they/them) is from South-Central Texas, having grown up on the I-35 corridor north of San Antonio and then settling in Seguin. They attended Texas Lutheran University and attained a Bachelor of Business Administration specializing in Marketing prior to attending Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary for their Master of Divinity. They specialize in preaching, pastoral care, and queer theology.

They also serve on the staff of the Southwestern Texas Synod Bishop's Office as the Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity & Communications Coordinator, as well as serving the national church on the On Leave From Call Task Force and Reconsiderations Task Force for the ELCA Human Sexuality statement.

Keats and their wife Jessica have studied abroad in England, lived in Berkeley, California and Dublin/Hilliard, Ohio, and now live in Seguin, Texas with their dog and two cats.



Cal is a seasoned outdoorsman who loves to share the beauty of nature. He is passionate about being a steward of our public lands and has extensive trail building experience. As the up-and-coming Technicolor Camping Ministry Director, he has big dreams of helping facilitate life-changing faith-based experiences for LGBTQIA2+ folks.


Cal understands the importance and need for nonjudgmental Christian spaces for our community where we feel welcome to be ourselves. And what better place to do it than out in nature? Cal is excited to share the love of Jesus while making friends and teaching about the great outdoors. 



Lillian is originally from Puerto Rico and is a long life Lutheran. She has been in Texas for 15 years and has a background in music, as a classically trained soprano and music educator. Lillian has an undergrad in Psychology, and in Spring 2024 she graduates from St. Edward’s University with a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. She has extensive program & project management, and logistics experience. Her key focus areas throughout her Operations career have been building and leading operational processes, people, and change management. Lillian is a member of various diversity network associations; Women@Apple, Black@Apple, Pride@Apple, LatinX@Ops, Accessibility@Apple, and the Apple Asian Association. She is a passionate leader and an active voice in gender equality, inclusion & diversity, and intersectionality discussions.

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1090 Oestreich Dr
Seguin, TX 78155

(830) 433-7774

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