Skip to Main Content

LGBTQIA+ Resources: Religion


These pages provide information and resources on some of the issues facing the LGBTQIA+ community.  Select from the topics, below:

LGBTQIA+ People & Religion

"While some religious groups have been more receptive to queer people (for example, Reform Judaism, American Buddhism, Unitarian Universalism, the United Church of Christ, and neopaganism) than others, there is diversity even within traditions generally considered to be wholly hostile to queer people. Queer-positive groups have developed in Islam (Al-Fatiha), Mormonism (Affirmation), Orthodox Judaism (GLYDSA), Roman Catholicism (Dignity), and evangelical Christianity (Evangelicals Concerned)."

Hladky, K. (2009). Religion. In J.C. Hawley (Ed.), LGBTQ America today:
An encyclopedia
(pp. 1028-1030). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

The following are links to religious groups that are welcoming to LGBT people, and that are campaigning for LGBTQIA+ inclusion in their faiths.