Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement, Quest and Other Religious Groups Collection
Span Dates: 1995-2008
Volume: 1 folder
This collection consists of ephemera, flyers, leaflets, posters and information sheets regarding religions and religious issues of moment to the LGBT community. Includes material produced by GALHA, LGCM and Quest.
The LGCM (called the Gay Christian Movement until 1987) began in 1976. It continues to be an ecumenical organization with links to LGBT groups of many denominations internationally. It has included local chapters since 1977.
Since 1979, the UK-based Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association (GALHA) has been promoting an awareness and understanding of the Humanist ethical outlook, bringing lesbian and gay rights issues to the attention of the public, and playing a full part in the campaign for lesbian and gay equality.
A group of gay and lesbian Catholics organized Quest in 1973 in London to promote their well being within the Catholic Church in the United Kingdom.
A brief catalog record can be found by searching the archives at the Bishopsgate Institute.
Bishopsgate Institute is located in London, England.
Catholic (Roman) | Quest | United Kingdom | Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement (United Kingdom)