Look here to find a church or campus group in your community that welcomes LGBTQIA+ people into the full life and participation of the community!

Directory of More Light Churches, Chapters, and Campus Groups

Each congregation or campus group listed is a member of More Light Presbyterians and is committed to full inclusion and welcome of all God’s people. 

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All Souls Parish Presbyterian Church of Port Chest

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Arise Campus Ministry

Being a More Light campus group is important to us because we are the only publicly affirming Christian campus ministry group at George Mason University. Our students have long advocated for and been a safe place at GMU, and we want to publicly declare our welcoming statement to all six of the denominations that support Arise.…

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Arlington Presbyterian Church

APC Session believes that formally endorsing MLP’s statement and becoming part of a national community of hope and equality is an explicit expression of a value that is fully consistent with who we are, and not a representation of something “new.” As Don Peebles, Clerk of Session, put it, becoming a More Light congregation is akin to “turning on the porch light,” that APC intentionally welcomes LGBTQ+ folks.…

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Beacon Hill Fellowship

​The Beacon Hill Fellowship is a Christian church that aspires to be a caring community of faith serving as a beacon of hope and healing to our hurting world.  For us, this means gathering as a congregation to love one another and learn from one another so that we can be liberated to scatter into our social networks to promote God’s dream of a more just, compassionate and humble society. …

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Bethany Presbyterian Church

“We come to our views about the relationships and identities of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons because of our understanding of scripture, not in spite of it.” ~ Pastor Heather

The policy of BPC is FULL inclusion of LGBTQ+ members, including serving in ordained leadership. We are a More Light Presbyteriancongregation, we suport Odyssey Youth Movement and every year we participate in Spokane’s Pride Parade and Rainbow Festival.

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Bethany Presbyterian Church

Bethany is proud to be a More Light Congregation, which means we fully welcome people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender into the life and ministry of the church.

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Bethany Presbyterian Church

At Bethany we find a nurturing community of faith, centered in the belief that God in Christ calls us to be family. Through worship, prayer, study and fellowship, we discover God’s presence and love for us in our lives. With grateful hearts, we also seek ways to embody and live out God’s love towards the larger community through hands-on outreach and mission.  …

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Bethesda Presbyterian Church

In our Statement of Welcome at the top of each Sunday’s Worship program, we boldly state and stand by this affirmation: “Bethesda Presbyterian Church is a diverse congregation welcoming all persons to serve Christ as full and active participants in our faith community, regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identification, or any other personal attribute.” We are also proud that our pastor served 15 years ago on the pioneering national Presbyterian board whose witness opened the door for LGBTQ persons to serve in all levels of church governance – including pastoral ordination.…

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Blissfield Presbyterian Church

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Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church

In the early 1990s, the congregation became a More Light Church, publicly affirming the gifts of LGBTQ Christians and signaling the church’s ongoing commitment to be a welcoming church.

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Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church

More Light

Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church is a member of More Light Presbyterians.

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Caldwell Memorial Presbyterian Church

Our Mission
We seek to build a diverse, intentional, affirming community animated by joyful worship and called forth into social action for service to the greater good.

We seek to hear God’s call not only as individuals but also as a progressive, missional community striving to reflect the Kingdom of God in the here and now.…

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Calvary UKirk

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Capitol Heights Presbyterian Church

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Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church

Welcome to Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church.  We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) committed to serving God in the Capitol Hill neighborhood and beyond.  Together we explore faith and care for one another and our world.  We believe God loves all people, so we welcome all people at CHCP.  As a member of More Light Presbyterians, we embrace the full participation of LGBTQ persons in the life of the congregation.…

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Celebration of Life Church

Celebration of Life has been called by God to be a congregation that welcomes and fully values all persons.  Our diversity is a gift of God and essential to our witness to the Gospel.


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Central Presbyterian Church

Central Presbyterian Church has joyfully been a More Light congregation since 1983.

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Central Presbyterian Church

Vision Statement

With God’s help we bring together people to worship and work for Christ through prayer and praise, community action and ministries of compassion, spiritual fellowship and nurture. As Christians, we welcome into God’s house all people regardless of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, family status, nationality, faith background, education, abilities or income.…

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Central Presbyterian Church

Over the last 8 years, we have become involved in our community, which includes a deeper relationship with those in our community that identify as LGBTQ++. Two years ago, a member of our community who offers counseling to members of the LGBTQ++ community who have experienced violence in their relationships asked if he could use our building for such counseling sessions.…

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Cherokee Park United Church

LGBTGI+ Commitment

We are a boldly and proudly LGBTQI+ inclusive faith community, welcoming and sharing God’s love for everyone across all orientations and identities, that find themselves here with us for any reason, from the curiously shy, to members, leaders, or pastors.

You are enough, just as you are.


  • Celebrate and bless our rainbow flag, welcoming all LGBTQI+ people, regardless of your comfort with churchy stuff, or particularly if you are looking because of past experiences.