The European Forum
of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Christian Groups
exists to work on equality for LGBT people
within and through the Christian churches of Europe
Queer Ways of Theology—International Conference in Warsaw
Saturday, 14th March 2015, 9:00am–6:00pm, Austrian Cultural Centre, 7/9 Prozna Street. Conference in English. Possibility to use simultaneous translation into Polish.
What is Queer Theology? What are its main variants and strategies? Why is it important for LGBTQ people? How does it challenge traditional churches and their teaching? These questions will be answered by speakers from the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, and Poland. In Poland, Queer Theology has just made its first steps.
This conference is an important event in Poland, where Queer Theology practically does not exist at theological colleges,
explains Artur Barbara Kapturkiewicz, the main organizer from Wiara i Tęcza.
Vademecum: how to arrive in Merville?
Please find the documentation in order to arrive safe in Merville
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions about the annual conference in Merville 2015.
Registration Form for Merville
The 2015 Conference of European Forum will take place in Merville (59660, North of France). The French group “David & Jonathan” (D&J) is organising it.
Registration for the conference is now open. Please fill in the registration form (in Word) and send it back to the e-mail address indicated.
Brenda Harrison Memorial Lecture
Each year the Brenda Harrison Memorial Lecture is held. On this page you can find the upcoming lecture and past lectures.
The lecture of 2014 is now available.
Backlash for Hopes of Gays and Lesbians
The final Relatio of the Family Synod has weakened the hopes for so much needed reforms within the Catholic Church.
This outcome is a disaster for gays and lesbians.
said Michael Brinkschröder, co-president of the European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups.
The church has failed to become an open house for everybody. It's messages are inconsistent. It will take a long way to find common ground.