Sharing Her Experiences
Celebrating, Empowering & Supporting
Lesbian, Bisexual & Queer Women
Every 3rd Saturday of the month
About the S.H.E. Spot…
The SHE Spot is a forum the celebrates gay, lesbian, bisexual and queer women. Each monthly event features a specific theme and a special guest-speaker who has an inspiring perspective to add to the topic. A short “Q&A” portion follows the talk so participants can learn more about the speaker and the work they do in the community at large.
After a short break the host facilitates a dialogue so participants have the opportunity to share, explore and express how they’re working with the evening’s topic in their own life. The intention is to provide everyone the opportunity to learn something new and take away tangible tools they can use in their daily lives.
Connect with other women in the community.
We’re creating a support system that you can take advantage of at any time. This is more than networking; we’re interested in cultivating lasting relationships that feel nurturing, nourishing and uplifting with other women.
We celebrate authenticity! Just come and be YOU.
Check out this short video from the creator & host of “The S.H.E. Spot”, Rev. Alfreda Lanoix.
February’s Topic: Love, Relationships & Dating
With Guest-Expert: Yisraela Hayman (The Queer Coach)
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Meet Rev. Alfreda Lanoix, creator/host, The S.H.E. Spot
Rev. Alfreda is Inspire Spiritual Community’s teacher in residency. Our new teacher in residency program is an opportunity for us to showcase exciting LGBTQ thought-leaders and Spiritual teachers who are making a difference in the community at large. Together we co-create and launch a new program to support LGBTQs in developing a rich and nourishing inner-life. The S.H.E Spot is the first program of this nature and we couldn’t be happier to be working with Rev. Freda.
Alfreda served as Board Chairperson of the Unity Fellowship Church Movement, Chief Operations Officer for the Minority AIDS Project and Love Is For Everyone, Inc, and Director of Marketing for L.I.F.E. Records. She was named Interfaith Committee Chair of the Los Angeles County Second District HIV/AIDS Community Coalition and served on the Statewide HIV/AIDS Church Advisory Board. Over the years, she received numerous awards and commendations from her colleagues, peers, and the city of Los Angeles for her tireless service.
In 2002, Freda resigned her ministerial position at Unity, freeing herself from what she describes as the restrictive “walls of religion”. A temporary relocation to Seattle, Washington followed, forcing a period of painful self-examination that ultimately led Freda back to Los Angeles to begin what she calls a “spiritual movement”. She founded Love at Work … The Exchange, a weekly gathering that is equal parts group therapy session, metaphysical lecture, social get-together and new school revival, which, by design, is blurring the lines between race, religion, spirituality and sexuality.
Freda is currently in demand as a workshop facilitator, keynote speaker, lecturer, conference trainer and guest panelist. Among a host of appearances, she was recently featured in a Logo Network special entitled “True Lives”, which focused on her experiences as a black, lesbian mother; featured in a documentary called “Finding God In The City Of Angels”; and was guest on the public affairs radio program “Revolutionary Spirituality”.