Leaders of seven lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Anglican organizations met yesterday as the Lambeth Conference drew to a close.
We recommitted ourselves to the full inclusion of LGBT people in the life and ministry of the churches of the Anglican Communion.
We promised to redouble our efforts to work for the human rights of LGBT people around the world that they might live free of violence and discrimination due to their sexual orientation or gender identity.
We resolved to develop and distribute additional educational resources for church leaders and civil authorities related to theology and sexuality issues.
We pledged to continue promoting and supporting the Anglican Communion Listening Process.
We recommitted ourselves to supporting each other’s intra-provincial work and to helping our LGBT Anglican sisters and brothers around the world develop ministries of support and witness.
We agreed to form an umbrella organization named “Inclusive Communion” to facilitate our cooperative efforts.
We planned to convene a worldwide summit of LGBT Anglicans in the near future to build on the cooperative ministry and witness begun during this Lambeth Conference.
We invite other LGBT Anglican organizations to join us in this mission and to affiliate with Inclusive Communion by sending an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changing Attitude Nigeria: Davis Mac-Iyalla
Changing Attitude England: Colin Coward & Max Manin
Changing Attitude New Zealand: Jeremy Younger
Claiming the Blessing: Cynthia Black
Integrity Canada: Steve Schuh & Chris Ambidge
Integrity Uganda: Christopher Senyonjo
IntegrityUSA: Caro Hall & John Clinton Bradley
Other Sheep East Africa: Michael Kimindu