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Philadelphia is known for it's vast array of organizations dedicated to the LGBT community. Philly Gay Calendar has 575 organizations in the area ranging from social organizations, to support groups, to organizations that deal with politics, health, and even local sports teams.

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Sigma Nu Omega
Type: Social
Founded in 2004, Sigma Nu Omega Sorority, Inc. is setting standards across the United States on what we believe a true sisterhood is all about. We are a multicultural, social, community service, and *soon to be* collegiate Greek Letter Sorority unique for our principle of "sisterhood first". Establishing a name in the Greek Letter community, Sigma Nu Omega takes pride in helping women feel comfortable with their lifestyle and culture along with giving a chance to become a part of a great organization.

Sigma Nu Omega's Purpose for existence is to serve as a Greek Letter Organization where women of all race, creed, and sexuality can be comfortably accepted. The purpose of a Sigma Sister is to uplift and support the LGBTQA community to the fullest extent.
SILK Support Group
Type: Social
SILK ( Sensual Intellectual Lesbian Konnection) group meeting for women only is intended to uplift attendee and allow them an opportunity to pause and reflect within order to share openly their's life's experiences. In response to topic discuss and chosen by members who attend regularly. I have found that women tend to bond in a sisterly fashion when they share their personal stories and gain new perspective from topic discuss at these meeting. I only wish to connect on a closer level to my community at large.Thus saids the facilitator and founder Georgerenee
Type: HIV
A non-profit founded in 1995, Siloam enriches the well-being of people infected with, and affected by, HIV/AIDS. We provide a broad range of integrative mind/body/spirit services that empower people to develop skills and personal strengths leading to more meaningful lives. Our current services include support groups, counseling, educational workshops, retreats, and bodywork such as massage, reiki, yoga, and Tai Chi.

Like us on Facebook - Follow us on Twitter - @siloamwellness
Silver Foxes
Type: Social
William Way Center's social and educational group for men and women over 50 meets from 3 to 5 p.m. the fourth Sunday of the month.
Simpatico Theatre Project
Type: Art & Culture
Simpatico Theatre Project believes theatre to be a force for positive social change. We produce classic, contemporary and new theatre that encourages dialogue about the problems concerning the Philadelphia community. Through educational partnerships with local organizations and advocacy groups, we connect our audience to those individuals and groups that also seek solutions.

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead
Type: Lesbian
The specific objectives and purposes of Sisterspace of the Delaware Valley is to provide women the opportunity to build personal, leadership and organizational skills through participation in educational, cultural, athletic and networking activities, to provide services and sponsor educational activities designed to foster a positive self-image for lesbians and more
Type: Art & Culture
Smoke, Lilies and Jade Arts Inititiative
Type: Art & Culture
The Smoke, Lilies and Jade Arts Initiative (SLJ) is a socially conscious dance theater production company dedicated to raising HIV/AIDS awareness. Proceeds from our performances on April 29-30, 2007, at Freedom Theater will benefit the Attic Youth Center's HIV prevention program.
Socialite Productions
Type: Social
Premiere Fashion & Special Event Production for the gay community
Type: Religious
Soulforce is an interfaith movement committed to ending spiritual violence perpetuated by religious policies and teachings against gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) people
South Asian Lesbian and Gay Association (SALGA)
Type: Social
SALGA Philadelphia is a group for Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, and Bisexual people who are from or trace their descent from such countries as Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Tibet. SALGA Philadelphia acts to bring the people of South Asian heritages together in a friendly, supportive, and non-judgmental environment. We promote awareness, visibility and acceptance of alternative sexualities in society, while affirming our South Asian identity. In building a safe and accepting community, we strive to oppose discrimination based on race, gender, class, and other identities.
South Jersey AIDS Alliance
Type: HIV
The South Jersey AIDS Alliance is a caring, compassionate Organization dedicated to the fight against HIV/AIDS
South Jersey AIDS Alliance
Type: Health
South Jersey AIDS Alliance is a caring, compassionate organization dedicated to the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Soutth Eastern Pennsylvania Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence, Inc.
Type: Hotline
Many gay men and lesbians in need of recovery services for alcoholism and drug addiction find it difficult or uncomfortable to access treatment due to their concerns about homophobia and discrimination. Substance abuse treatment programs are often not equipped to meet the needs of this population. SEPCADD staff provides the sensitivity and understanding needed to assist those individuals with an alcohol or other drug problem. Call 215-340-9995
Spanish Community Center of Atlantic City
Type: HIV
An outreach channel that provides support and resources for anyone interested or concerned about the pandemic that has plagued our nation for over two decades. We are an HIV resource center that will provide help and support for anyone who wants it. We are available for answering questions at any time.
Spartans Wrestling Club of Philadelphia
Type: Sports

Spartan Wrestling Club of Philadelphia is an adult recreational wrestling club dedicated to the enjoyment of freestyle wrestling. The club was founded in 1991.

We welcome participants with little or no wrestling experience as well as trained freestylers and folks-style/collegiate wrestlers.

Mondays at 7:00pm

First Unitarian at 2125 Chestnut Street

Be prepared to get sweaty. Wear T-shirt and gym shorts or a wrestling singlet.


Practice fees can be paid in one of three ways:

1. Annual membership - $135 which covers all practice fees for one year and includes a free Spartan T-shirt.
2. Semi-Annual membership - $35 which entitles you to pay the reduced member rate of $3 per practice session.
3. Non-member rate - $5 per practice session.

(Dues and fees go to rent and equipment maintenance. Spartan Wrestling Club is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization.)

Spartan Wrestling Club is a charter member of Team Philadelphia, the umbrella organization of gay and lesbian sports clubs in the Delaware Valley. Members of the club have participated Gay Games competitions in New York City 1994, Amsterdam 1998, Sydney 2002, and Chicago 2006 and captured gold, silver, and bronze medals.
Spectrum Philly
Type: Religious
Spectrum builds community for LGBTQ Jews (and friends!) in their 20s and 30s who live in the Philadelphia area. We are sponsored by The Collaborative, the Jewish Graduate Student Network, and Congregation Beth Ahavah.
St. Luke and The Epiphany
Type: Religious
We believe “the Church belongs to God in Christ and therefore everyone whom God brings here belongs here.” ALL people who seek God and wish to receive the blessings of and give thanks for God are welcome to worship at St. Luke & The Epiphany.
St. Mary of Grace Independent Catholic Parish
Type: Religious
St. Mary of Grace Parish ministers especially to Catholics who are unable to participate in Mass or receive the Sacraments because of marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or other circumstances. As Independent Catholics, we offer a diverse and inclusive faith community free of unnecessary regulations. We also welcome our GLBT brothers and sisters who are interested in Religious Life and ordained ministry.
St. Miriam, A Parish Community
Type: Religious

"A Breath-taking, unique, and welcoming community"

About our congregation:
We are a diverse and welcoming community with couples, singles, gay, lesbian, married, partners, and children. Our ages range from 6 to 71 years old. We are ethnically diverse and welcoming.

Approximate size: 50
Denominational affiliation: Catholic

What to expect at our services: The best way to understand Catholic liturgy is not through the abstract discussion, but rather through concrete contact with actual ritual, that is what our church tradition does best: putting people in touch with the Mystery of God through sacramental celebration of life and hope!

Our Catholic liturgy will seem very familiar with an added element or two of surprise and meditation! And, the ideal for our liturgy is also very simple: the focus should be on the Eucharist, but be INCLUSIVE and INVITING for all who attend. Also, the elements of Bread and Wine should be pure, simple, and inviting to all of our senses.
The simple nature of our worship space is to allow for our focus to be on the center of our worship and to not detract. And, the warmth of our space comes from one place: YOU! Therefore, when our community gathers, the space becomes alive and we focus on our corporate worship and community - together.

Our Altar Table and Processional Cross are designed in the very-recognized style of renowned artist Alberto Giacometti (click here to visit) by artist and blacksmith, Edward Worthington (click here to visit). The hammered iron rods and scarred table allows us to visualize how, despite our wounds and imperfections, we are still beautiful and serve God’s good use! Our gospel procession allows all to participate and to realize that we are all part of the plan and made and created to honor God and serve to make our world a better place!

So, come, taste, smell, and see how God is at work in our daily life, work, death, and community – see the Risen Lord every time you meet someone at Saint Miriam!

Dress: Come as you are!
Music: Hymns, Gospel, Praise & Worship, Contemporary, Chant

Our congregation is:
Predominantly straight but welcomes all people
Our official position on same-sex relationships:
"Side A" - Same-sex relationships are blessed by God.
Of interest to the gay community:
Our pastor and partner are both gay; we also have a community event and support group.

Where we meet:
4101 Freeland Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19128

We worship at:
6PM on Thursdays and 10:30 AM on Sunday.
Summer Schedule:
June 7 – August 30
9:30 AM on Sunday Morning

Church leader:
(The Rev.) Father James St. George, CoA, MS, MDiv, B.C.E.T.S.
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