Changing Attitude England
Changing Attitude England, founded in 1995, is a network of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and heterosexual members of the Church of England.
We welcome as members everyone whose concern is to work for change in the church’s understanding of human sexuality.
We have a growing network of active diocesan groups meeting and holding events in 9 dioceses (as of November 2010). Changing Attitude has representatives in 28 other dioceses who can be contacted for support and information.
Changing Attitude internationally
Changing Attitude England has grown into an international network of over 1000 people, including supporters in Wales, Scotland, other European countries, New Zealand, Australia, USA, Canada, Brazil, Nigeria and Uganda.
There are Changing Attitude networks in Australia, Ghana, Ireland, New Zealand, Nigeria and Scotland. For fuller details of Changing Attitude international, see www.changingattitude.org.
Our goal …
… is to reach the day when the Anglican Church fully accepts, welcomes and offers equality of opportunity to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people.