LGBTQ Movement History

The resources featured on this page are intended to provide a snapshot of the history of the LGBTQ faith movement. If you have a resource to share or don’t see one that would be helpful for you please contact us here.

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LGBT Religious Archives Network

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The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Religious Archives Network (LGBT-RAN) coordinates and supports the identification, collection and preservation of personal papers and organizational records from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender religious movements. LGBT-RAN’s overarching purpose is to ensure the preservation and accessibility of the voices and experiences of a great diversity of LGBT religious leaders and groups.

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A History of the More Light Movement at Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church USA

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As one of the first More Light churches, Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church, created a timeline and overview of the history of More Light, including a more detailed history of one of the original instigators of the movement, Rev. David Sindt.

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That All May Freely Serve Interview Series

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The “TAMFS Interview Series” is a collection of video interviews of the saints and leaders in the progressive Movement and More Light Movements in the Presbyterian Church (USA).

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219th General Assembly Web Archive

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The 219th General Assembly was the turning point in the work for inclusive ordination policies of the PC(USA). This website document’s More Light’s work in and around the 219th General Assembly.

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