Quaker Lesbian Group
QLG hold two weekend gatherings each year in May and October at different Quaker Meeting Houses. At these weekends we follow a theme for discussion and worship, support one another, and explore the local area. If you would like to attend, or be on a list to receive information about future gatherings, please email qlgfriends at gmail dot com
Changing Attitude England is a network of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and heterosexual members of the Church of England. Its concern is to work for change in the understanding of human sexuality within the church.
Aims to encourage fellowship, friendship, and support among individual lesbian and gay Christians through prayer, study and action, wherever possible in local groups, and especially to support those lesbian and gay Christians subjected to discrimination. Membership of LGCM is open to anyone who accepts and shares our Conviction, however they identify in other aspects of their life, wherever they are in their journey of faith or belief.
YLGC is a place for young LGBT Christians to meet, socialise, hear from each other and support each other.
Imaan supports LGBT Muslim people, their families and friends, to address issues of sexual orientation within Islam. It provides a safe space and support network to address issues of common concern through sharing individual experiences and institutional resources. Imaan promotes the Islamic values of peace, social justice and tolerance through its work, and aspires to bring about a world that is free from prejudice and discrimination against all Muslims and LGBT people.
Keshet UK works to promote equality and diversity, advance education and eliminate discrimination in relation to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in particular LGBT Jews within the Jewish and wider community. Our priorities include working with schools, synagogues and other community organisations to broaden LGBT Jewish inclusion and incubate new projects as we plan for the future needs of LGBT individuals in the Jewish community.
Quest is a group for lesbian, gay and bisexual Catholics. Its purpose is to proclaim the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ so as to sustain and increase Christian belief among homosexual men and women.
The Metropolitan Church serves and celebrates the LGBT communities of Manchester and the North West. A Christ-centred congregation which celebrates, affirms, and reaches beyond the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities of Manchester and North West England. All are welcome.
Outcome provides help, advice or support regarding LGBTQ issues in the Methodist Church. Outcome believes human sexuality is a gift from God to be accepted and enjoyed. Although this gift is sometimes misused, we believe it is part of the goodness of God’s creativity in our world, and through such creative activity God encourages diversity to be embraced and celebrated.
Welcome to the Bristol Unitarian Group. We are a community of diverse individuals who gather to nurture one another’s lifelong spiritual growth. Our guiding principles are love, joy, freedom, mutual respect, peace and justice.
The Anglican Coalition provides UK-based Christian LGBTI organisations with opportunities to create resources for the Anglican community and to develop a shared voice for the full acceptance of LGBTI people in the Anglican Communion.
LEFT enables lesbian and bisexual women, who know themselves to be spiritual, to grow and flourish as whole human beings.
The Sibyls is a UK-based confidential Christian spirituality group for transgender people, their partners and supporters. It seeks to fulfil the two great commandments of Jesus: To love God and love one another.
The forum works for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people within and through the Christian churches of Europe.