LGBT Anglicans recommit to mutual support and global mission

Press Release CANTERBURY, UK 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 […]

Seven Passages: The Stories of Gay Christians

Last night I attended the first performance in the Aphra Theatre, on the University Campus, of “Seven Passages: The Stories of Gay Christians”, a play which sets the real-life stories of over 100 gay and lesbian Christians living in Michigan, USA against the seven passages from the Old and New Testaments used against the full […]

Listening to Transgender People at Lambeth

Five transgender people made a presentation to a fringe meeting at the Lambeth Conference in Canterbury on 25 July. Four bishops were among the audience who listened for an hour to the testimony of transgender people brought together by Changing Attitude and Integrity. At least one of the four bishops was Evangelical and ‘conservative’ and […]

African LGBT Anglicans witness at Lambeth

Yesterday witnessed a dramatic first for Lambeth. Under a blue English summer sky, Africans from Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe were drummed onto the university campus. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Anglicans danced at the heart of the Lambeth Conference, witnessed by over 200 people and a number of TV cameras. Nigerian […]

The Lambeth Witness – Inclusive Church coalition’s daily newsletter

The coalition of groups working under the Inclusive Church banner are producing a daily newsletter for the Lambeth Conference. The Newsletter includes reports of the previous day’s events, information about events for the next day, profiles of our various groups, articles and information about Lambeth. The Newsletter was handed to bishops leaving the morning service […]

The Lambeth Market Place – Changing Attitude/Integrity stall

Gene Robinson at a stall at the Lambeth Conference 2008

Changing Attitude England and Nigeria and Integrity USA, Canada and Uganda have a stall in the Market Place at the Lambeth Conference. Our banners describe LGBT Anglican experience, from our nurture through discovering your identity to vocation and ministry in the church. We have a sofa and two arm chairs to provide visitors with a […]

Changing Attitude and Integrity Eucharist in Canterbury

Eucharist at Canterbury

Changing Attitude and Integrity members welcomed friends and supporters to St Stephen’s playing field on Sunday afternoon to celebrate Communion together and pray for the Lambeth Conference and the bishops gathered in Canterbury. People began to arrive from 12.30, to a site which we had been preparing for the previous three hours. Balloons and rainbow […]

Sexual Minorities Ugnada and Integrity Uganda call upon Ugandan religious leaders to recognise gay rights

by David Kato Press Release 26th February, 2008 The Archbishop, Church of Uganda The Most Rt. Rev. Henry Luke Orombi Your worship Archbishop, Church of Uganda, among other Bishops you were invited to attend the Lambeth conference. However you have decided to boycott the conference and you say, in reference to the decision taken December […]

Changing Attitude, Integrity and Inclusive Church develop plans for Lambeth 2008

Press release The Revd Susan Russell, President of Integrity USA and the Revd Caro Hall, a member of the Integrity Board, have been in London from Monday 15 to Thursday 18 October to further develop an integrated strategy with Inclusive Church and Changing Attitude for our presence at the Lambeth Conference 2008. Caro Hall was […]

Lambeth Conference Design Group meets in London

The 2008 Anglican Gathering and Lambeth Conference Design Group has been appointed and met for a series of meetings in London in the first week of February. The brief of the Design Group is to plan for the proposed Anglican Gathering in 2008 and the next Lambeth Conference. The chairman of the group is the […]