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Expanding Your Welcome

A Resource for LGBTQI+ Affirming Communities Engaging Intersectional Work This guide is designed for congregations which welcome and affirm lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer people (LGBTQI+). The desire and theology that led you to declare yourself as a community which welcomes people of all sexual orientations and gender identities is still working among […]

For You Are Wondrously Made

This guide is specifically for trans and gender non-conforming persons, and for others who want to respond in a more affirming way to them. Whether you are an LGBQ+, trans or gender non-conforming person, a parent or friend, we hope that these reflections will be positive and supportive for you and your loved ones. Rather than focusing on scriptural passages that have been used against the LGBQ+, trans, and gender non-conforming communities, these reflections are based on the personal experiences of its authors, and we hope they will make trans persons feel affirmed or help you affirm a trans person in your life.

Gender Sexuality and the Bible

This community-based resource is a great introductory guide in learning more about LGBTQ+ persons. Gaining this knowledge is important to becoming more welcoming to LGBQ+, trans, and gender non-conforming persons. It is important to acknowledge that there is an ongoing learning process. No matter how successful an individual, family member, or a congregation is in welcoming […]

Transgender Curriculum for Faith Communities

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This new guide offers faith communities new perspectives on welcoming and advocating for transgender people. Sections include: Becoming a trans inclusive community Looking to the Bible Welcoming trans people in communities of faith Standing with trans people This resource was written by Jakob Hero and Justin Tanis.

Diversidad Sexual y Religión

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This resource was created by Argentinian scholar, Hugo Córdova Quero, Director of Online Education & Adjunct Faculty at Starr King School For The Ministry in Berkeley, California. Dr. Quero holds an MA in Systematic Theology and Critical Theories (Feminist, Queer, and Postcolonial) from the Graduate Theological Union; an M.Div. from ISEDET University in Buenos Aires, Argentina; and a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Religion, Migration, and Ethnic Studies from the Graduate Theological Union. Currently he is also on the adjunct faculty at Graduate Theological Union, an instructor at Multidisciplinary Research Group on Religion and Social Incidence (GEMRIP)/Universidad del Centro Educativo Latinoamericano (UCEL) in Buenos Aires/Rosario, and a Researcher at the Program on Multiculturalism, Migration, and Inequality in Latin America, Center for Advanced Studies at the National University of Cordoba (CEA-UNC) and Research Center for the Study of Culture and Society (CIECS/CONICET) in Córdoba, Argentina.