LGBTQ Worship Resources

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Queerying Pre-Marital Counseling with Manuel Frank-Lampon and Carla Roland: An Online CLGS Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation

Two Wedding Rings Against Rainbow-Colored Hearts

Click here for a video recording of this CLGS Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation! Sixteen months after his marriage to his partner Rich, Manuel Frank-Lampon reflects with Rev. Dr. Carla Roland Guzmán, Coordinator of the CLGS Latinx Roundtable, upon his participation in – and experience of – pre-marital counseling. In this online conversation (the first in […]

52 Ways #27: Highlight LGBTQ Religious History

Since any time of the year is a good time to talk about the fact that religious people have been advocating for LGBTQ inclusion for quite a while, your congregation might want to the opportunity now to investigate the movement for LGBTQ equality within your tradition. You can then highlight your findings. One great place […]

52 Ways #26: Marriages That Include All!

Providing opportunities for all couples to celebrate their weddings is very important to fully affirm LGBTQ people in your community. It is seen by many as a sign that a faith group has truly committed to equality for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. Denominations and religions have a variety of positions on […]

Building Your TDOR Toolkit with The CLGS Transgender Roundtable

Click here for a video recording of this online CLGS event! In this workshop, we explore ways to honor Trans Day of Remembrance in congregations and community organizations. The workshop leaders share ideas from a variety of faith-based and secular settings, and participants shared questions and ideas from their own faith and community contexts. Workshop Leaders […]

52 Ways #49: Create Inclusive Space and Celebrate Inclusive Rituals

Create Inclusive Space Congregational space can be exclusive space especially with regard to transgender individuals. For instance, most congregations still do not provide all-gender restroom facilities and this omission can be a considerable barrier for transgender persons who belong, attend, or visit your congregation. Providing at least one accessible all-gender restroom is an important sign […]