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

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Westminster Presbyterian Church

Westminster Presbyterian Church in Point Loma has been on track to be a More Light church for many years. When the PCUSA made their statement over 20 years ago that LGBTQ+ individuals could not be ordained, our then pastor, Rev. Mikel Taxer, said from the pulpit that it was wrong and if we saw fit our congregation should go ahead and ordain whomever God calls.…

San Diego, CA

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Westminster Presbyterian Church

To bring the Kingdom of God to our world through our love and service to others. It makes clear our commitment to include all voices and value all our brothers, sisters, and siblings.

Akron, OH

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Westminster Presbyterian Church

Becoming a More Light Church is about the difference between being welcoming and accepting. Lots of churches say they welcome LGBTQIA+ people, but that welcome is often more about the congregation than the people. Acceptance is a stronger form of welcome, one that says you are welcome just as you are, without condition. Being a More Light Church helps us outwardly project an attitude of acceptance and assurance of safety to the LGBTQIA+ community and also gives us the learning tools and resources to help us live out that value in our actions.

West Hartford, CT.

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Westminster Presbyterian Church

Joining More Light was a “coming out” of sorts for the congregation. In practice, Westminster has supported the full inclusion of LGBTQIA+ people in the ministry of the church. However, it is one thing to do these things, but it is another to be very clear about our support. Joining More Light is not a destination or a sign that we have everything figured out; we do not.…

St. Louis, MO

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Westminster Presbyterian Church

Westminster Presbyterian Church has been involved in social justice concerns and advocacy since our founding in 1967. Our congregation decided to be open and affirming many years ago, and we were the first congregation to join the Covenant Network of Presbyterians in North Florida. As we continue to find new ways to advocate on behalf of the oppressed, to partner with others outside our congregation, and to reach out into our community, we decided that we are also called to join More Light Presbyterians.…

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Wilton Presbyterian Church

Our Mission and Vision

We are glad that you found us and that you are here. We are a welcoming and inclusive congregation seeking both to know Christ and to make Christ known to people from all walks of life. We pray that we will become better acquainted with you.

Wilton, CT

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Woodland Presbyterian Church

We are an open, inclusive community of faith that welcomes all into the life and leadership of the church regardless of ethnicity, social status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

Nashville, TN

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Yachats Community Presbyterian Church

Simply put, YCPC is a community of faith, gathered in response to God’s call on our lives; doing the best we can to worship, witness and serve our community.

We realize that for many, walking into a church for the first time can be a daunting experience; full of promise, but also full of uncertainty.

Others may have been wounded by the church and made to feel unloved, unworthy of love and unwelcome.…

Yachats, OR

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