LGBTQ

  1. RIP: John Shelby Spong, former Newark bishop who pushed for LGBTQ+ inclusion, dies at 90
    Posted Sep 13, 2021
    By Bob Smietana
  2. Church in Wales approves blessing service for same-sex partnerships
    Posted Sep 10, 2021
  3. UMC edges toward historic split over LGBTQ inclusion. This small church showed the way.
    Posted Jul 23, 2021
    By Emily McFarlan Miller
  4. Tbilisi Episcopal church, a refuge for LGBTQ+ people in Georgia, shaken by homophobic attacks
    Posted Jul 7, 2021
    By Egan Millard
  5. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry issues statement on Fulton v. Philadelphia
    Posted Jun 17, 2021
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  6. Episcopal Church reiterates opposition to anti-LGBTQ+ discrimination after Supreme Court foster care ruling
    Posted Jun 17, 2021
    By Egan Millard
  7. For many LGBTQ Episcopalians, the struggle for full inclusion is not over – it’s expanded
    Posted Jun 8, 2021
    By Egan Millard
  8. LGBTQ flag at Sacramento cathedral burned on first weekend of Pride Month
    Posted Jun 7, 2021
    By Egan Millard
  9. Welsh bishops welcome proposed ban on gay conversion therapy
    Posted May 14, 2021
  10. First ELCA transgender bishop, Megan Rohrer, hopes to ‘translate good news’ for the curious
    Posted May 12, 2021
    By Emily McFarlan Miller
  11. Indiana Episcopalians open state’s first LGBTQ youth shelter
    Posted May 5, 2021
  12. Former Albany Bishop William Love leaves The Episcopal Church to join ACNA
    Posted Mar 30, 2021
    By Egan Millard
  13. Episcopalians rally support for LGBTQ community after Vatican refuses same-sex blessings
    Posted Mar 17, 2021
    By David Paulsen
  14. Fort Worth Episcopalians look to future while grieving loss of 12-year church-property battle
    Posted Mar 1, 2021
    By David Paulsen
  15. Bishop Gene Robinson joins All Saints Pasadena in forum about healing LGBTQ Episcopalians’ wounds
    Posted Feb 15, 2021
    By Egan Millard
  16. Max Lucado apologizes for past comments on homosexuality after outrage at National Cathedral
    Posted Feb 11, 2021
    By David Paulsen
  17. Washington bishop, National Cathedral dean apologize for ‘mistake’ of letting Max Lucado preach
    Posted Feb 10, 2021
    By David Paulsen
  18. Fallout from Washington National Cathedral guest preacher a ‘teachable moment’ for the church
    Posted Feb 9, 2021
    By David Paulsen
  19. National Cathedral criticized for inviting Max Lucado to preach despite pastor’s anti-LGBTQ views
    Posted Feb 5, 2021
    By David Paulsen
  20. Pauli Murray inspires new generation of ‘firebrand’ Black, queer Episcopal leaders
    Posted Dec 9, 2020
    By Pat McCaughan