The LGBTQ Religious Archives Network supports and provides resources for research and education about LGBT religious history.  We seek to enable students to explore the dramatic and diverse struggles and accomplishments of LGBT religious activists and organizations and how those stories inform their lives—and our world—today.

ONLINE EXHIBITIONS give a digital display of artifacts and stories that provide an in-depth look at an aspect of LGBT religious history.

TEACHING RESOURCES provide teaching tools and resources for educators in high school, university or graduate school classrooms as well as research projects for students.

BOOK SHELF reviews of some important books that present archive-based research in LGBTQ+ religious movements around the world.

The VIRGINIA RAMEY MOLLENKOTT AWARD honors research and scholarship in LGBT religious history.

The EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE PRIZE furthers the teaching and instruction of LGBTQ+ history in various classroom contexts.

RESOURCES links to additional LGBTQ religious history on the web.

Help us expand our educational efforts and resources by sending us your suggestions for classroom projects or lesson plans.