Links to other sites
– some religious and some not
The Evangelical Fellowship for Lesbian and Gay Christians
The Evangelical Fellowship for Lesbian and Gay Christians (EFLGC),
formed in 1979, is a group of women and men, most of whom
are lesbian, gay or bisexual and come from an Evangelical
Metropolitan Community Church
Changing Attitude Scotland
Our sibling organization in The Scottish Episcopal Church,
Changing Attitude Scotland is a network of people, gay and
straight, lay and ordained, working for the full affirmation
of lesbian and gay Christians within the Scottish Episcopal
Church and the wider Anglican Communion.
Quest is a group for lesbian and gay Catholics, under lay
control. There is a group in Glasgow listed on their site.
campaigns for equality and justice for gay, lesbian,
bisexual and transgender people living in Scotland. It works
with businesses, the public sector, the Scottish Executive,
Scottish Parliament and a range of partners to improve the
'lived experience' of lesbian and gay people in Scotland.
OUR SISTA CIRCLE
The first dedicated SOCIAL NETWORKING SITE
to cater to ALL lesbians of colour WORLDWIDE—African
American, Latina, Asian, Native American and Biracial
lesbians. My goal is to bridge the gap with lesbians of
Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays is a continually
growing national voluntary organisation and registered
charity with 18 telephone helplines across the UK and
parents' groups which hold regular meetings.
Lothian Gay and Lesbian Switchboard
was set up to reach out the thousands of gay Christians that are struggling to reconcile their sexuality with their faith, to educate the church and reach the gay community for Christ.
Groups which are working to make the Christian church more inclusive in every sense
is a network for ministers, deacons, members and friends of
the Church of Scotland.
A think-tank and news service that promotes radical
theological ideas in public life.
A network of individuals and organisations working to break
down the barriers to full inclusion at all levels of the
Scottish Churches and related
The Church of Scotland
The Official Church of Scotland website.
Extensive website with news, blogs, links etc related to
the churches and religion in Scotland
This is a free, confidential service that
will hopefully encourage those in distress to seek help.
Transgender / Transexual organisations
The Beaumont Society
We believe that
transgendered people have the right to dignity. The internet
often display transgendered people as sexual objects – the
Beaumont Society aims to expel this myth and is not
available for making sexual liaisons! We are the largest and
longest established transgendered support group in the UK.
Resources for study, worship etc
Out In Scripture
Assistance in preparing worship from an lgbt perspective;
good stuff for preachers o the lectionary passges.
Jim is an excellent and prolific writer on spirituality and
sexuality. Some of his books can be read on-line.
Gay Roman Catholic theologian and writer who is challenging
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