Welcome to the Lesbian & Gay Christian Movement

All the world's major religions are faced with having to come to terms with a modern understanding of homosexuality. The place of gay and lesbian people in the life of the Church is currently Christianity's most divisive issue. Confronting homophobia is its greatest challenge. The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement is proclaiming a basic Christian truth. It is working for the very love and freedom that Christ brings to his people through his life, death and resurrection. LGCM is working for love, for peace, for justice, and for the promotion of the Christian faith especially within the LGBT community.
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  1. Sex, Drugs and Rock n Roll – Annual Conference 2014

    10 May 2014

    Venue: Bloomsbury Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue, LONDON, WC2H 8EP. A map is available here.

    Date: Saturday 10th May 2014, 9.30am – 6.00pm

    Keynote Speaker: Professor Robin Gill, Emeritus Professor of Applied Theology and Canon Theologian at Gilbraltar Cathedral.

    Professor Robin Gill, Keynote Speaker

    In the UK we have seen many changes to equality legislation and some movement towards greater inclusion of LGBT people within many of the churches including the ability for same sex couples to get married in some churches.

    Do these changes have an effect on the ‘homosexual lifestyle’? How as LGBT Christians do we understand the ethical use of sex, drugs and music? How can the Bible inform our moral codes? Can one rule fit all or do we need a different set of ethical guidelines?

    These questions and many more will be on the table for exploration throughout the day, so come along and learn, debate and contribute.

    A Booking form may be downloaded here or complete the online form below:

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  2. Cutting Edge Consortium Conference

    1 November 2014

    LGCM was a founding member of the CEC.

    The theme of the conference is Equality and Religious Freedom – Equipping Activists for a changing world.

    Date: Saturday 5th April 2014, 9am – 6pm

    Now rescheduled to Saturday 1st November 2014
    Venue: Conway Hall, Holborn, London.

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  3. Greenbelt 2014

    22 August 2014

    Friday 22nd – Monday 25th August 2014.

     

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