Please invite your family and friends on Facebook — ALL are welcome to walk with us — you need not attend Resurrection MCC. Walking in the parade is a powerful, fun, and courageous demonstration of each person's unique identity.
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FLOAT # 52
STAGING AREA LOCATION (TO BE DETERMINED)
Allen Parkway (outbound) between Montrose & I-45.
This road will be closed to vehicular traffic. You may find our float by walking East on the outbound side Allen Parkway from Montrose or by walking West on Allen Parkway from I-45.
PARADE & FLOAT SCHEDULE
9:00 am — Noon
Volunteers will be needed in the Resurrection MCC parking lot to help assemble and partially decorate the float.
Float on location at staging area on Allen Parkway. Volunteers will be needed to complete the decorations that could not be constructed before driving from the church to the staging location.
Walkers & Dancers should arrive at the staging area at this time.
Communion in the Street begins. Like every Sunday, ALL are welcome to participate in Communion regardless of beliefs or whether you attend Resurrection MCC, another church, or no church. Unfermented grape juice will be served so that all may participate, including our friends in recovery.
Official start of parade.
The parade begins at Smith & Lamar. The parade will head up Smith, turn right onto Walker, and then turn right again onto Milam Street. The parade will end at Milam and Pease Street.
Bring a bottle of water.
Dress comfortably for hot, humid conditions.
Check forecast and bring an umbrella if needed.
Be mindful of the heat while participating and notify someone if you do not feel well.
No drugs or alcohol.
You may learn more about the safety measures being taken by Pride Houston at pridehouston.org/celebration/celebration-saftey/
Parking is available at all open downtown garages and lots. Learn more at downtownhouston.org/parking/
The Houston Pride Festival & Parade features more than 150 organizations and businesses supporting and celebrating the Houston LGBTQ community. The parade draws more than 500,000 people in total, making it the second largest parade in Houston, the fourth largest Pride Parade in the United States, and one of our most visible outreach efforts.