You're beautiful. Login We are a Reconciling In Christ congregation welcoming people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. That is at the core—especially for those of us who are Lutheran—of our identity. I'm not a fan of trying to drag people back into the church, especially when they've been hurt because that just hurts more. And by the end, after spending some time with Hepler and seeing this different type of church, it was clear the impact the pastor had on The Fab Five's design guru. What he didn't know, however, was when they would arrive and what exactly that experience would be like. And, obviously, that can get retranslated for a lot of people who aren’t necessarily part of the church in their own lives, but I do hope for the church that we can continue to embody that kind of vulnerability, because I think that helps us, if nothing else, at least to begin to stand in better ways with the poor and the oppressed. It’s a central theological point for us. And after spending a week with them, you're guaranteed to be a different person — in the best way possible. Hepler and Atonement, which is located just off Frankford Ave., starred in the premiere, the first of a series-long 10-episode season. "The clothing that they got for me, and the grooming products, they range [in price]. In a previous season, Bobby had already reckoned with his issues with the church — although he still refused to enter the church itself — and went into greater detail about how those struggles shaped his life, something he was unwilling to do originally, but was forced into when a last minute schedule changed landed the The Fab Five at Mama Tammye's church in Gay, Georgia. "You hear a lot of stories about reality TV actually be an over-produced, sort of scripted thing. The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Atonement. The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Atonement in Asbury Park is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Pastor Noah Hepler of 'Queer Eye' was the "hero" who got a makeover on the first episode of Season 5. […] 308 First Avenue Asbury Park, NJ 07712. Each episode also allows for a different member of The Fab Five to shine, and in Hepler's case, it was Karamo and Bobby who helped facilitate two of the most moving and impactful moments of the episode, the kind the hero never sees coming but often leads to the most meaningful change possible. I don't think it's planned, although maybe they do, but it just seems like a very natural thing from their own cohesion together as a group.". And with each member of The Fab Five, there was a different part of Pastor Noah that needed work. There's fashion aficionado (and French tuck enthusiast) Tan France; grooming master (and eternal optimist) Jonathan Van Ness; culture guru (and unlicensed therapist) Karamo Brown; food expert (and avocado advocate) Antoni Porowski, and Berk, who basically renovates your entire home, community center, or in this case, church (no big deal). So, we were wondering, would it just be something that involved only the parsonage? Partner with us! "I'm like, 'What is going on?' And then people specifically asking if Pastor would help them with their own coming out journeys. He talked about the risks that he took to speak about faith and sexuality, and how many responses he got, and how much it was helpful for other people. And the driving force behind Atonement becoming "the quirkiest church in FIshtown" is Pastor Noah Hepler, a man who has struggled with his own identity as a gay man while trying to navigate his way through a belief system and community that wasn't afraid to tell him in very plain terms that people who acted on those feelings would be sent to hell without a second chance. "After staying up late to watch the episode, I went to bed and at about 7:30 in the morning, my phone was going buzz, ding, ding, buzz, ding, ding, ding," Hepler recalls. So that's what started that. Better man than I am.". "I mean, is it possible I could've done it on my own? There’s an encouragement from Augustine that, in finding God, we actually find ourselves. "They're real people, who are absolutely wonderful, who are helping other people, and by extension everyone else who sees the show," Hepler said of The Fab Five. There's been people who have identified as gay specifically, but just people of all types of identities who are saying this feels like a place where I could have faith again. Visit Us. Our Name. If you listen to them either inside the show or outside of it, they're talking about intrinsic human beauty that can be found in anyone, and it's about highlighting that. And it was an episode that was sprung on us about 48 hours before we shot it. We were still filming Seasons 1 and 2 together. A pre-makeover Pastor Noah, center, meets with The Fab Five for the first time. Some of these I'm crying like I'm watching the show because there are people saying, you know, 'I'm in my 50s or 60s and I worry that I'm going to hell,' or 'I feel like I love God but feel so guilty that maybe you could help me come out.' This season features a whole lot of sweeping city views, shots of favorite neighborhood joints, and oh yeah — a handful of tech community members smattered … And now, I felt guilty about pulling other people into that, so we actually spent a year trying to process through what this would mean. In our wider culture, one of the places that’s been really translated well is in Brené Brown’s work around vulnerability. If you're unfamiliar with Queer Eye, that's fine, but it's most definitely a series you should give a chance before dismissing entirely, especially those of you turned off by the name, because you're probably among those who could most benefit from its lessons. A congregation in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia. "They're doing well," Hepler said. Fishtown pastor gets makeover, confidence boost on Netflix series "Queer Eye" WPVI 6/11/2020 Postal worker charged after nearly 2,000 pieces of mail, including ballots, found in trash "You know, I think I've just had more time to process it," Berk said of the differences between the two church visits. After watching that, I said, “Yeah, I would like to be part of this, so I’m open to moving forward in the process.”. The episode followed pastor Noah Hepler from Philadelphia in an emotional journey to inner faith and confidence. For Hepler, a lifetime of feeling as though he didn't belong, as if he was an imposter within in his own life, had led him to a stagnant place, one that found him timidly leading a small congregation and living in a building that had mold from a leaky roof. That is at the core—especially for those of us who are Lutheran—of our identity. And she has had a huge impact on the world, and continues to have a huge impact on the world. But at the end of the day, I'm very glad we had the chance to share what we and Miss Tammye showed each other, because I think that her show had a huge impact on the world. Atonement Lutheran Church 909 E Main Street in Barrington, IL 60010 Facebook. He apologized to Bobby on behalf of the church. 886 were here. Upcoming Events See what's happening at Atonement and join us. As for Hepler, he doesn't plan on leaving his quirky Fishtown church any time soon. It was actually a conversation with Bishop Guy the day before the reveal [in the episode]. Hindsight is always 2020, but I think we'd still end up in the same place. That leak has been fixed — and a high-quality air purifier keeps him breathing safely — but more renovations are still needed, both to the parsonage and the church itself. You can go back and look at how the bible is used, and when you peel back the text and the approach to reading the bible in general, it's a pretty consistent way of doing it. And that was my experience. And we went, 'Ohhhhh, we get it now!' And earlier this month, the fifth season of the hit show, which was filmed entirely in the Philly area, dropped on the streaming platform. With Antoni, Hepler got out of his comfort zone as he was surrounded by "a gaggle of gays" in the kitchen. And I've got to say, now that I've seen the episode, it's an accurate representation of my experience with them. As my experience with the Fab Five began to unfold, I started realizing what that phrase might mean. The Fab Five are hitting Philadelphia in Queer Eye Season 5, ... Evangelical Lutheran Church of Atonement. Members of his Church of the Atonement helped by connecting him with some notable lifestyle experts. And then there's a domino effect when someone helps you out like that. Following a conversation in the car in which he explains to Bobby one example of how positive views of homosexuality have been more or less written out of the scripture — not to mention his own revelation during his time with Karamo — Hepler does something unexpected. © 2020 WWB Holdings, LLC. And so I definitely felt more comfortable walking into that church knowing that it was a church that accepts the LGBTQIA+ community and that the pastor was gay. Jonathan showed him the transformative beauty of a haircut and a shave. And that also includes stopping for a couple moments in the bathroom, zhuzh myself up, and then going out, instead of not caring. "We're always so, so aware — like when the cameras aren't rolling, we go out of our way to separate ourselves from the hero because we always want to make sure that the conversations that we're having on camera are real organic conversations. Submission to and use of LivingLutheran.org is subject to the policies of the ELCA, including but not limited to the, https://www.livinglutheran.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/LL-Queer-Eye-v3-Vimeo-720p.mp4. Philadelphia, Pa 19144. Eventually, Hepler knew he couldn't continue like this, and he came out to his wife. That's what they're trying to teach people to do. And so, I think it was within a couple of days, a week tops, the person who nominated me contacted me and said there's a casting director that would like to talk to you tomorrow. Like Hepler, he was raised in a strict Christian household and a church that vilified homosexuality. It was kind of like meeting my own self for the first time. "And, I think, they just found it lying around somewhere, that's the one detail of it I don't really remember. We have set a tentative target date for late February for the new launch. And that's not just for the LGBT community, that's for any human being.". Hosts Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Jonathan Van Ness, aka the Fab Five, zoom in on Philadelphia’s diversity by featuring people from different racial, cultural, religious and professional backgrounds. The church destroyed him and greatly hurt him, and there he is still in that church when I was like, 'F--k you. Login. What I remember thinking is that I wanted to defend the church; I was like, no, because the church has been nice to me now. He didn't much worry about his appearance, and although he knew something needed to be done, he lacked the motivation to make the change himself, largely because he failed to see that he was a worthwhile cause. ', "Atonement, though, is a very different kind of church. There’s also a powerful conversation in the episode between you and two other ELCA LGBTQIA+ leaders, Southwest California Synod Bishop Guy Erwin and Megan Rohrer, pastor of Grace Lutheran, San Francisco. And they were like, 'No. I'm gone.' We didn’t know. With a rainbow flag and the hashtags #QueerEye and #Pride the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America took to their official Facebook and Twitter accounts to promote an a LGBTQ+ based television show "Queer Eye" which features an ELCA pastor on an upcoming episode. It is kind of an old-school engagement with religion that at the same time is refreshed with this intensity and desire to really listen beyond just what we've heard so far... and it's a really good fit for me. For Pastor Noah, that struggle continued even after he came out to his then-wife over a decade ago. It's actually something they actively work on throughout filming, trying to make the hero forget they're on a television show. We always just tell them that we're filming their backstory... and you're coming another day.' The Fab Five took up residence in Philadelphia for the latest season of “Queer Eye,” which began streaming June 5 on Netflix, and the “make better” experts wasted no time getting to work throughout the City of Brotherly Love. I’m very thankful for those conversations with Bobby and his own encouragement that the help that this brings for others outweighs any pain or having to look at or reexperience the scars we might have felt from our upbringing—the help that this does is just so worth it. Atonement Lutheran Church is a Christian community of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and a part of the St. Paul Area Synod. 1) Noah is the pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Atonement.Noah has been the pastor of the ELCA for roughly five years. "And I was like, this is exactly what we need to be doing, and I wanted an opportunity to carry that forward. An ELCA bishop and an ELCA transgender pastor also make appearances on the episode. And that, I don’t think, is really what we’re called to do. (L-R: Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Berk, Pastor Noah, Tan France, Antoni Porowski). And for someone who knew at very young age that he was gay — and prayed that God would make him straight — that was a life-altering experience that he still struggles with to this day. It's not about trying to push us into an atmosphere that we can't live in.". We don't want to accidentally talk to them about something off-camera and then we're like, 'Oh, God, this totally needs to be something that's on camera.' ", For Hepler, his issues stemmed from the fact that he grew up as a closeted gay man in a very religious household, one that taught him that all gay people are destined for hell and worse. "Obviously for them, it's not sinking in that they're now Netflix stars, but they're doing well. "You know, I shared some stories with him about pastors and ministers who have messaged me saying that I've always thought that being gay was a choice and that gays were an abomination and evil. He shared that experience with me, which made it easier—especially as somebody who would rather just go with the flow—and as my own introverted self, step out into a challenging space and embrace it, knowing how helpful it would be. He stuck with it, and he is still in there serving the church. And then be like, 'Remember what we were talking about before? There was a moment where I had to fight against that, and there was that breakthrough and that openness, and then to feel a sense of healing—that’s what I hope gets carried through. We're like, 'God, why do they always act so surprised? God bless him. 6100 Greene Street. 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Noah Hepler, pastor of Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Atonement in Philadelphia, is the featured “hero” in the first episode of Netflix’s new “Queer Eye” season. Video: How Noah Hepler found “reawakening” in Queer Eye June 28, 2020 Noah Hepler , pastor of Evangelical Lutheran Church of Atonement in Philadelphia, is the featured “hero” in the premiere of the new season of Netflix’s Queer Ey e series. Join Us This Sunday. It's not that kind of vanity that we often worry about, and that's what I think is beautiful. "The communication we've gotten has just been amazing," said Emily Resnick, a member of the congregation for over two decades who also helps with administrative duties at Atonement. Honestly, there was so much work that didn’t make it to the show that happened for me. "So, it goes back to my comment earlier about visibility. There’s a pattern of prayer that we’ve begun to use over the past couple of years here at Atonement called the Examen. In addition to (mostly) ditching his signature cargo shorts, Hepler has also moved out of the space above the church that Bobby renovated, in part because that area is almost completely open to the church below, and moved back into the parsonage next door. ... After the medical issue happened, not only was she the best option but in the end, I mean, I'm so glad we did it. Hepler: When I had that first conversation with the casting director, the “Mama” Tammye episode was the one that she suggested that I watch, just to get an idea of what kind of show it was. Is he going to take me to a rock-climbing gym or something like that and help me with my imposter syndrome, that negative script? And then look for these others that are life-giving and supporting. Matt Mullin In fact, there was one part that's some of the B-roll footage where the producer said this would be some of the most produced part, and after that it's going to be the camera, the Fab Five and you, and we're just going to fade into the background. "Not just her, but her family and everyone else that I kind of drug into what I now describe as a lie that I had been told that I had begun to believe. I wish I could go back in time and do it differently. In your episode, he’s fully involved in working on Atonement’s space and supports your congregation’s mission. Karamo Brown took Hepler to meet Pastor Megan and Bishop Guy Erwin who is the first openly gay bishop in the Lutheran church. He's a wonderful, wonderful, wonderful man. "As they talk about frequently, this is not about vanity, it's about self care. "That was really tough, and it was really the center for a lot of the guilt that I felt," Hepler said. Frankly, I was having conversations with my council about this, because I was telling them, “I don’t quite feel like myself. "It still bothers me. "So, it was a parishioner who found a flyer, who also happened to be a member of [church] council at that time," Hepler explained. There's a kind of vanity in me saying I'm not important enough — that's sort of an inverted vanity — and it's not about that. In fact, The Fab Five didn't even realize this until Season 3 or 4, according to Berk. He is already someone who is looked up to by the community at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Atonement, Fishtown, Philadelphia. But the bulk of it is stuff that I can afford even on my budget. "It's when we get them to forget there are cameras there and get them to forget that they are on a show is when we get an authentic experience, not only for the viewers but for our hero," Berk added. Nominated for Queer Eye by members of the church council, Noah sought assistance from the Fab Five — Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, … The church's job right now is to say we're sorry for how we've been complicit.". And that was only scratching the surface. That leak has been fixed — and a high-quality air purifier keeps him breathing safely — but more renovations are still needed, both to the parsonage and the church itself. Based on the early reaction, it seems like Pastor Noah's story could have a similar impact. The first episode of Queer Eye season 5 featured the Fab Five traveling to Philadelphia and coming into the life of Pastor Noah Hepler. So are the surprises in the show — the show's just very genuine.". The next thing Hepler knew, Netflix gave the green light and he was destined for a week with The Fab Five. I hope the big takeaway is actually for the church: that we as Christian communities invest ourselves in that kind of healing, strong vulnerability. And earlier this month, the fifth season of the hit show, which was filmed entirely in the Philly area, dropped on the streaming platform. What stood out to me was that this was a team of people, and the Fab Five were really allowing people to see the beauty in them that they weren’t seeing themselves, and I think that’s an incredible gift. ', "So I knew I had been nominated, but we kind of joked and they would say, 'There's nothing you can do about it now; we've already submitted it.' There was just no way out of it. I went in knowing from watching the episode with “Mama” Tammye that there was likely going to be some conversation between Bobby and I. I’m glad it happened, because I’ve seen in some of the media [about this episode] that there’s a lot of emphasis on our conversation, and part of what actually happened was also his encouragement of me. I don’t know what’s going on with that, but it’s something for all of us to pay attention to and to figure out what that means for us.” And in the process with the Fab Five, I felt that reconnection beginning to happen. Come connect to God and make new friends at one of our various worship services. The more we can be visible, the more people can see we are just like anybody else, the more acceptance there will be.". And Paul goes on in other places to talk about that what seems foolish to us is often what God deems as wise, what seems weak to us is what God calls strength (1 Corinthians 1:25). 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