More Light Presbyterians is taking a courageous step forward in our programming to help congregations and communities live in to LGBTQ inclusion. We are proud to announce… Read more “More Light Announces Online Teach Ins!”
Our More Light Educational Luncheon celebrated the 25th anniversary of the 1991 Sexuality Report “Keeping Body and Soul Together.” Two of the original report authors, Sylvia Thorson-Smith… Read more “More Light Luncheon: “25 Years of Justice-Love””
While we celebrated pride, we also mourned the tragedy in Orlando in a moving vigil at the conclusion of our worship service. Here we share their inspiring and motivating meditations. Where do you see hope in your calling?
We know about hope. Hope was the promise that was presented to us when Obama was in office. It was the change that we could believe in. We betted on hope and applauded ourselves on making change happen and embodying progress by electing the first African American man into the White House.
Leading up to and during the 222nd General Assembly, there has been much talk about Overture 11-05, or the “Apology Overture.” In our original statement about the… Read more “MLP Responds to Apology Overture and Other GA Overtures Impacting LGBTQ People”
This is a love letter from More Light to the queer, lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender community who are in deep mourning following the murder of 49… Read more “A Love Letter to Orlando and Our LGBTQ family”
The theme for More Light Sunday on June 1st is, “Life-changing conversations rooted in pride and love.” This year’s More Light Sunday theme gives us an opportunity… Read more “Love for Those on the Journey”