The articles emphasizes the need of a gay Christian to learn more about a church before being an official member of the congregation.
Open and Affirming in the UCC: The United Church of Christ (UCC) is currently the largest domination that holds an Open and Affirming (ONA) program among its many churches.
GCN Small Groups: Within the online group of Gay Christian Network are numerous small groups that any gay Christians can enter.
There are specialized small groups that include women’s fellowship, transgender fellowship, and HIV/AIDS support, among many others.
Other Gay Affirming Christian Churches: the link directs a visitor to a directory of about 500 affirming churches both in the US and Canada.
The churches listed in the directory have specifically and willingly requested to be put on the list, so more or less, a visitor can be sure that the churches are indeed affirming ones.
Below is a list of articles and websites that discusses gay Christian marriages, and even dating tips for gays. Rogers, writes an article that supports gay marriages according to the gays’ identity as humans and the “theology of marriage.” It also discusses how love should not be refused to any human being, no matter their sexual orientation.
There are currently five states that allow gay marriages: Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa, Vermont, and New Hampshire.Gay Christian Dating: this is an online network that helps gay Christians find fellow gay Christians to chat with and eventually date personally.The site even has Smart Match that finds ideal matches for a member.Find an Affirming Church Churches that welcome gay Christians into their congregation are termed as gay-affirming, or simply affirming, churches.These churches accept gays without intending to help alter their lifestyle, but instead minister to them as fellow brothers and sisters in Christ.Denominations Support Groups: this web page lists down different online groups that support gay Christians by denominations, such as Baptist, Methodist, and Anglican.