about us

We are the First Church in the Prismatic Faith

Our LGBTQIA+ focused religion values the true self.

Followers of Prismatism are called Prismatists.

our beliefs

The Values Our Members Hold Dear

That just as light refracted through a prism gives birth to many different colors yet all are equal and beautiful, so are we many different types of humans but each worthy of equality and love.

That it is righteous to express your true self in the way that brings you the most joy.

That consensual adult love should be celebrated and rejoiced.

That consenting queer youth can explore relationships with other youth to find their own happiness in a safe environment.

That it is our uniqueness that makes us Holy.

That it is the duty of every human being to fight against injustice and oppression. That doing so includes intersectionality and that your fight may look different than another’s. That when another tells you of their unique struggles you listen and learn to better be an ally to that person.

That abortion is a safe and practical healthcare and is not sinful.

That all of us are fallible and wrong sometimes. That perfection is unattainable. That our flaws should help us grow and improve.

That the love of yourself is important. Take care of the one who is staring back at you through the mirror. They are worthy of your love.

the ritual of transition

Transitioning is a Sacred Act

In the Prismatic faith one of our core Tenets is the inherent right to discover and accept your true self and take the steps necessary to present that self to the world.

When you transition to make your outward appearance match who you are truly inside you, that is an act of worship. Worship yourself, your worth, and the light that shines inside you. When you are transitioning, meditate on the inner strength it takes to bravely be yourself in the face of oppression. You are worthy, you are unique, you are holy, and you are light.

our clergy

About our Board

High Priestx Jeri Clark

Pronouns: She/Her

Jeri is a former midwife who spent years overseas helping women in crisis have healthy babies. She lives in California with her family of five teenagers, all of them on their own gender discovery journey. They have two dogs, two cats, and a snake with hopes to get a service dog soon and assist Jeri with her MS challenges. As well as being the Co-Founder she also directs the Holistic Member Care responsibilities of the Prismatic Light Church.