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Press Release: Hopes and Expectations of Young LGBT People Towards the Youth Synod

The 37th Annual Conference of the European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups, organised by Cammini di Speranza and REFO (Evangelical Network Faith and Homosexuality), took place in Albano Laziale, near Rome, 9 to 13 May 2018. On 12 May, the Conference included an event specifically for young LGBT+ people to provide input to the Youth Synod organised by the Roman Catholic Church, to find possible ways to reach a state of inclusive pastoral care.

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Public Conference: Towards the Youth Synod!

Do Christian churches have the will and the ability to welcome LGBT+ youth?

Rome, Aula Magna, Waldensian Faculty of Theology

via Pietro Cossa 44

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European Forum Grateful for Generous Donation from German Congregation

The European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups wishes to express its extreme gratitude to the Evangelische Kirchengemeinde from Nauheim, Germany, whose members recently chose to donate 1,400 euros to the European Forum’s Agape Fund.

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Logo of the European Forum

For use in articles about the European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups, its logo may be downloaded here.

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Latest book of the European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups on LGBT inclusion in Eastern Orthodoxy now available to buy on Amazon

PRESS RELEASE 27 MARCH 2017

The European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups (European Forum) is very happy to present its newest publication, “For I Am Wonderfully Made”: Texts on Eastern Orthodoxy and LGBT Inclusion, which is now available to buy in paperback format on Amazon. 

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Council of Europe Grants European Forum Participatory Status

We are very happy that the European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups (EF) has been granted participatory status in the Council of Europe.

The Council of Europe is the continent’s leading Human Rights organisation. All 47 member states have signed the European Convention of Human Rights. With this decision, the Council affirms that listening to the perspectives of minorities is crucial when dealing with questions of Human Rights. The EF is now among the 300 plus international non-governmental organisations (INGOs) that have been granted participatory status, giving a voice to LGBT people of faith.

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