Global Christian Gay Resources
The following websites have been chosen by us as valuable resources for gay Christians around the world. Although we have tried to fully review each site before including it in this list, contents may change over time. We have provided these links solely as a convenience to you, and the presence of such a link does not imply a responsibility for the linked site or an absolute endorsement of the linked site, its operator, or its contents.
- Believe Out Loud -
Believe Out Loud is an online community that empowers Christians to work for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) equality. Members of Believe Out Loud hold many distinct identities, and together we are creating a world where all Christian churches welcome and affirm LGBTQ people. On our daily blog and social networks, we offer a community where friends and allies can access resources for their journeys and share their own stories of Christian faith and LGBTQ advocacy.
- CEGLA (Argentina) -
Christianos Evangelicos Gays and Lesbians en Argentina
- Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry (USA) -
The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry (CLGS) was established in 2000 at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA. The Center serves three distinct but overlapping constituencies: academic religious scholarship; faith communities; and LGBT people and organizations.
- CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers (USA) -
CenterLink exists to support the development of strong, sustainable LGBT community centers and to build a unified center movement. If you want to find a GLBT community center near where you live this is the place to go.
- Christian Gays (International) -
Christian Gays offers Chat Rooms, a Friend Finder & Dating Service, Forums, Blogging, and an Email List Serve, where people can give and receive support, and develop friendships or more, based on faith and other common interests. Please join us.
- Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals (USA) -
The combined vision and mission of the Consortium is to achieve higher education environments in which LGBT students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni have equity in every respect. Our goals are to support colleagues and develop curriculum to professionally enhance this work; to seek climate improvement on campuses; and to advocate for policy change, program development, and establishment of LGBT Office/Centers.
- Courage (UK) -
Courage is a UK-based, not for profit, evangelical Christian ministry, founded in 1988. (They are not the Catholic ministry promoting chastity founded by Father John Harvey.)
- Drachma Community (Malta) -
A space open to LGBTI persons and all people of good will who seek sexual and spiritual integration. Drachma is not only engaged with LGBTI communities, locally and internationally, but also promotes dialogue between gay communities and religious institutions.
- Encounter Missions International (USA) -
EMI trains, sends and supports a team of amazing people, who go global and open Christian Centers and empower local leadership. We are opening Christian Centers world-wide where LGBT people can find a place to belong, believe and achieve the extraordinary life God offers.
- Evangelicals for Marriage Equality -
Faithful evangelical Christians supporting civil marriage equality for same-sex couples.
- Family Acceptance (USA) -
Excellent resource for a family just coming to grips with a son or daughter 'coming out' to them. Highly recommended.
- Father Mychal (USA) -
Father Mychal Judge, Saint of 9-11-01 (a priest who just happened to be gay)
- freedom2b (Australia) -
freedom2b is a network of LGBTI people from Christian backgrounds. Our mission is to save lives, prevent harm and empower LGBTI people from Christian backgrounds through reconciliation of their sexuality and/or gender identity, and their faith. freedom2b is a non-judgmental, no agenda, safe place that assists people on their journey to reconcile their faith, sexuality and/or their gender identity.
- Gay Catholic Blog (USA) -
A personal blog from a gay Catholic.
- Gay Christian 101 (USA) -
We are a loving, world-wide fellowship of authentic, Bible-believing, rejoicing, cross-bearing, praying, witnessing, evangelical gay and lesbian Christians, with non-gay friends and allies, who affirm and obey the Scriptures while honestly acknowledging our God-given sexual orientation.
- Gay Christian Survivors (USA) -
A Conservative Fundamentalist Christian minister's intensive and prayerful study on the issue of homosexuality as the Bible tells it and a safe haven for gay and lesbian believers to discover the truth about what the Scriptures actually say.
- Gay/Lesbian Issues (USA) -
Coverage, commentary & community. A website to discuss all that's right, wrong and indifferent in the world. Sometimes Serious. Sometimes Playful. Always interesting.
- Gays and Slaves (Australia) -
Website based on decades of research about religion and sexuality, undertaken on the internet and in religious books and journals.
- GLBT National Help Center (USA) -
The GLBT National Help Center is dedicated to meeting the needs of the GLBT community and those questioning their sexual orientation and gender identity. We are an outgrowth of the Gay & Lesbian National Hotline, which began in 1996 and now is a primary program of the GLBT National Help Center.
- Human Rights Campaign Religion and Faith Resources -
The HRC Religion and Faith Program is working to create a world where nobody is forced to choose between who they are, whom they love and what they believe. Thanks in part to this work, more and more faith communities aren’t simply engaging in dialogue around LGBT equality, they’re leading the conversation. They do this work not in spite of their religious beliefs but because of them.
- Inclusive Orthodoxy (USA) -
Inclusive Orthodoxy seeks a revitalization of the faith, which is both orthodox in theology and grounded in the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ—a message of love, a proclamation of hope for the oppressed, an invitation towards all regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, gender, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
- Institute for Welcoming Resources -
Denominational representatives of the Welcoming Church Movement created IWR in November 2002. The purpose of this ecumenical group is to provide the resources to facilitate a paradigm shift in multiple denominations whereby churches become welcoming and affirming of all congregants regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
- LGBT Religious Archives Network (USA) -
The LGBT Religious Archives Network (LGBT-RAN) is an innovative venture in preserving history and encouraging scholarly study of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) religious movements around the world.
- Marsha Stevens and Balm Ministries (USA) -
If Larry Norman is to be called the father of Christian Rock, then Marsha Stevens certainly deserves to be known as the mother of contemporary Christian music, a title that Christian Century and others have bestowed upon her.
- Q Christian Fellowship (USA) -
"We are a diverse community with varied backgrounds, cultures, theologies and denominations, drawn together through our love of Christ and our belief that every person is a beloved child of God. We recognize that the church has not and does not always make it easy for those who identify as lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual, same gender loving, queer, intersex, gender fluid or questioning to reconcile these aspects of themselves with their Christian identity. We are witnesses to both the harm that faith communities can inflict, and the hope and healing that is possible through Christ. By gathering together, embracing our differences, and celebrating our shared trust in God’s love in Christ, we seek to point toward the full inclusivity to which God is calling us. Just as Jesus led by example in his life on earth, we are dedicated to living out a transformative example of fellowship in the world. Wherever you are on your journey, whether you are examining your own identity or walking along side others, you have found a place of welcome. We are grateful that God has brought you here, and we look forward to sharing the path forward together."
- The ACTS Bible School (USA) -
EMI Bible School was designed to provide practical training to prepare Christians for Global service. At EMI, we know that God has a wonderful plan for you so let this be the place of rediscovered destinies.
- The Epistle (USA) -
A Web Magazine of Encouragement & Inspiration for Christian Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender People.
- The Reformation Project -
The Reformation Project exists to train Christians to support and affirm lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. Through building a deep grassroots movement, we strive to create an environment in which Christian leaders will have the freedom to take the next steps toward affirming and including LGBT people in all aspects of church life.
- Whosoever Magazine (USA) -
Whosoever was founded in June of 1996, and soon the magazine was being carried in bookstores from Georgia to California. Financial pressures proved too great for the fledgling print version of the magazine and with the March/April 1997 issue we became an online magazine for gay, lesbian and bisexual Christians.