The LGBTI Clergy Consultation rebooted

The Clergy Consultation was founded in 1976 to support clergy at a time of great change in the Church of England. Its meetings were much appreciated by many over the years, some of whom joined whilst ordinands, and continued through their ministry. As clergy began to feel more confident in their sexuality and gender identity, […]

Archbishop of Canterbury meets LGBT members of the Consultation

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd Dr Rowan Williams, yesterday attended a meeting of the Clergy Consultation. Dr Williams presided and preached at a service of Holy Communion and later addressed the members present, responding to questions. The Revd Colin Coward, Director of Changing Attitude, has been a member of the Consultation since 1979 […]

Submission to the Lambeth Commission

By Changing Attitude, the Lesbian and Gay Clergy Consultation and the Church of England General Synod Human Sexuality Group We are writing as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender [LGBT] members of the Church of England, lay and ordained. We are Christians who are actively involved in local congregations and the life of our national Church. […]