European Forum

of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Christian Groups

Others

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.

Read more ...

Press Release: New Logo of the European Forum

The European Forum of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Christian Groups is very proud to present its new logo. This design is the result of a process of reflection and decision over three years, and ushers in an era of exciting new developments for the organisation.

Read more ...

Logo of the European Forum

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

Read more ...

Press Release: “The Church Needs Its Own Stonewall Revolution”

LGBT Christians Hold Successful 36th Annual Conference and Attend Pride Parade in Gdańsk, Poland

Forwards in Solidarity was the theme and Free People in Free Countries was the challenge and call from lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and others at the European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups' 36th Annual Conference, held in Gdańsk, Poland, 24–28 May 2017. The European Forum includes over 50 groups, with some 140 participants from 21 European countries present at the 2017 conference. These included people from Anglican, Catholic, Evangelical, Reformed, and Orthodox traditions. Observers attended from ENORB (European Network on Religion & Belief), GIN (Global Interfaith Network), and ILGA (International Lesbian & Gay Association).

Read more ...

Orlando

The European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups is deeply saddened by the recent events in Orlando, Florida. Our hearts go out to all the people that died in the horrendous attack and to all their loved ones that are now left behind in utter sorrow and grief.

We hope and believe that Love will win in the end and we call on all people of good will to stand together shoulder by shoulder now.

D&J—Being a Religious Believer and LGBT around the World

In this latest issue of “Dossiers D&J”, the magazine of our French member group “David & Jonathan”, the group gives a voice to LGBT people living in Africa, in Eastern Europe, in the Near or Far East, and elsewhere. They are of different religions (Christians from Catholic, Protestant or Orthodox backgrounds, Jews or Muslims), with different convictions, of different cultures, from countries, where their living conditions are quite variable.

Read more ...