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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! 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.

Please contact Susan if you have any corrections or additions, or visit our congregational update page or campus group update page!

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Ukirk Tallahassee

UKirk Tallahassee is the PC(USA) ministry on campus at Florida State University, serving college students in the Tallahassee area. Becoming a More Light ministry is important to us because it aligns with the values we already espouse and allows us to live more fully into our call to create spaces of welcome and inclusion for LGBTQIA+ students on campus.…

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United Campus Ministries at Christopher Newport University

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United Campus Ministry

-Rev. Dwight Welch is the advisor for Out at MSUB
-UCM is a part of Billings pride
-UCM was involved in the first drag show for Out at MSUB
-UCM hosted the first Lavendar graduation program for LGBT students
-UCM hosted the first Transgender Day of Remembrance service at MSUB
-We helped take 6 college students to (Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Asexual College Conference) in Wichita KS this year
But we’ve never joined our supporting denominational O&A associations until now.…

United Campus Ministry in Aggieland

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United Christian Ministry

As a campus ministry, affirmed for as long as we can remember that love of God made known in Jesus Christ extended to people of all nationalities, race, sexual and gender identity. Love who you love and spread love to all people!

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United Church Big Rapids

The United Church of Big Rapids is a union of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the United Church of Christ. It is a congregation that worships together, seeks opportunities to serve others, encourages one another to grow in intellect and spirit, strives for social justice, and fully embraces Jesus’ call to love one another as God loves us.…

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United Ministry of Delhi

The United Ministry of Delhi is made up of many kinds of people from many different places who join together to learn more about what it means to be followers of Jesus Christ in this day. We are affiliated with both the Presbyterian and United Methodist Churches, having united in 1976. We honor our roots, but also minister as one.…

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United Presbyterian Church of Binghamton

The United Presbyterian Church of Binghamton is a progressive congregation doing our best to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God (Micah 6:8). We are a community of people questioning, learning, celebrating, connecting, risk taking, creating, and making music and art. We participate in vibrant worship and work together to make our neighborhood, our city, and our world a better place.…

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United University Church

WE ARE PROGRESSIVE… COMMITTED PEOPLE.

  • A Neighborhood, University and Community Church celebrating our rootedness in urban and university neighborhoods, Our congregation is made up of students, faculty, staff and community members. We also organize programs to connect campus and community including lecture series, service projects and other fellowship opportunities.
  • An Inclusive Church acknowledging the wholeness of God and the wholeness of humanity.

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University Presbyterian Church

I think UPC does a really great job of intentionally being involved in activities that do make people feel welcome, especially from the LGBT community. I feel UPC values my perspective and spiritual journey as a gay person.

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University Presbyterian Church

We believe that membership in More Light Presbyterians is consistent with UPC’s mission which states that we seek “…creatively –through nurture, education, worship and community outreach –to sustain an inclusive compassionate family of faith; it seeks to promote spiritual growth by awakening souls to God’s infinite mercy embodied in the reconciling love of Christ.” UPC has long be an advocate in our Presbytery and in the national church for shedding more light on the ways our denomination can more fully reflect the truth of God’s expansive love, particularly through our work toward ordination and marriage rights.…

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University Presbyterian Church

In February, the session adopted an inclusivity statement which came from two committees of our church: “University Presbyterian Church strives to embody God’s love for the diversity of creation by affirming the dignity of all persons as created in God’s image. We welcome people of all races, cultures, sexual orientations, gender expressions, and socioeconomic status in all ministries of the church.” In asking questions around how we live into this statement, we felt like a good first step was to join More Light in order to gain some resources.…

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Valley Presbyterian Church

In November of 2018, a member of our congregation made a formal request that the Session consider joining the More Light Presbyterians. At that time, Session began a process of investigating the organization. The Session invited speakers, held Adult Sunday School sessions, conducted a survey, and discussed the matter at several meetings. Not only did Session vote in April of 2019 to join the More Light Presbyterians, it also voted to join the Covenant Network of Presbyterians and began work on a broader statement of diversity and inclusion.…

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West Park Presbyterian Church

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West Raleigh Presbyterian Church

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Western Presbyterian Church

Inclusive. We welcome all to worship with us, no matter their social or economic circumstance, gender, race or sexual orientation. We are a member of the More Light movement, a network of individual members and congregations within the Presbyterian Church (USA) working for full participation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people of faith in the life, ministry, and witness of the Church.

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Westminster Presbyterian Church

Westminster is a gathering of people …

  • Spiritually exploring
  • Open and inclusive
  • Committed to a faith that is applicable
  • Welcoming of families and children
  • Grounded in Christ

 How we worship…

  • Vibrant worship, together in community at 8:30 and 10:00 am each Sunday morning
  • Scripture readings
  • Inspired teachings
  • Children’s teaching time at 10:00 service
  • Contemplative worship at 8:30 service
  • Community prayers
  • Voicing of joys and concerns
  • Time for silent reflection
  • Variety of traditional and contemporary music (choir, organ, small vocal and instrumental groups, solo musicians)

Westminster is an inclusive congregation in which we are committed to embodying the faith in tangible ways through worshipping, learning, connecting, and serving.…

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Westminster Presbyterian Church

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Westminster Presbyterian Church

Westminster Presbyterian Church was founded in 1893 as a Spanish speaking church. Since it’s founding WPC has always honored it’s beginnings and is still a bilingual congregation that believes in ministering the the community. In 2014 WPC became a More Light Congregation and a member of the Covenant Network or Presbyterians to let the LGBTQ community know that this is a safe, nurturing, welcoming, affirming community for faith for all people.…

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Westminster Presbyterian Church

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