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All Souls Ecumenical Church
[Church]

640 Centre Ave
Reading
We are a new predominantly Gay and Lesbian parish being established in Reading, PA. Please join us at 1pm for our inaugural worship service on April 19th. Our worship services will be held in the chapel at Cavary UCC, 640 Centre Ave. Reading. We will be holding worship every 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays at 1pm. Check out our website.
Arch St. United Methodist
[Church]

55 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia
A Church Service for LGBTIQ and Allies to celebrate the Pastor and Church for the number of years that they served the Community of Philadelphia.
Collenbrook United Church
[Welcoming Church]

5290 Township Line Road
Drexel Hill
Collenbrook United Church is a welcoming congregation that is a part of both the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the United Church of Christ. Collenbrook is also a YES! Coalition partner congregation.
EmpoweringWord Ministries
[Church]

4958 Lancaster Ave
Philadelphia
Empowering Word Ministries located at 4958 Lancaster Ave in Philadelphia, PA. is a ministry of Love, Hope, Healing, and Wholeness. We are a growing ministry that is intentionally radically inclusive, welcoming all persons regardless of race, color, ancestry, age, gender, affectional orientation and those who are specially- abled. We celebrate Gods love and our Creators diversity. We are a spiritual people that worship Christ, and focus on family and community. Rev John F. Clayton, Jr. Pastor and Founder, leads our worship services, which we describe as ‘Bapta-Metho-Costal’. We worship with prayer, preaching and song from the Baptist, Methodist and Pentacostal traditions. This combination produces an uplifting experience with every service. If you are in need of the love of Christ, our services will fill you with that love and nourish your soul. Empowering Word Ministries, Inc. is a part of The Fellowship where Rev. Dr. Yvette Flunder is the presiding Bishop. Please join our Sunday Celebration at 11:00am. Contact: 215-878-7000 or empoweringwordministries@hotmail.com
First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia
[LGBT Welcoming Congregation]

2125 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia
The First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia is an intentionally diverse Unitarian Universalist congregation inspired by our historic urban ministry established in 1796. We seek to lead meaningful lives, to love one another without prejudice, and to build a just and sustainable world. As an official Welcoming Congregation we are inclusive towards bisexual, gay, lesbian, and/or transgender people. Our minister, the Rev. Nate Walker, is proudly an openly gay man and very active in the Marriage Equality movement.
Grace Episcopal Church
[Church]

5th and Linden Sts
Allentown
Grace Episcopal is an open and accepting church community
Saint Miriam Parish
[Inclusive Catholic Church]

475 Norristown Road
Blue Bell
"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: 100 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 by artist and blacksmith, Edward Worthington. 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: 475 Norristown Road Blue Bell, PA  19422 (Near the Plymouth Meeting Mall) 215-701-4781 We worship at: 6 PM Rosary & 6:30 PM Liturgy on Thursdays and 10:30 AM on Sunday. Summer Schedule: June 6 – August 29 9:30 AM on Sunday Morning Church leader: (The Very Rev.) Father James St. George, CoA, MS, MDiv, B.C.E.T.S.
Whosoever Metropolitan Community Church of Philadelphia
[Religious]

3637 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia
Whosoever Metropolitan Community Church of Philadelphia is an LGBT affirming Church located in the University City Area of Philadelphia. WMCCP is a Christ Centered Church welcoming all people, ecspecially those who have suffered abuse by organized religion, to experience transformational worship, a spirit-filled service, and a church with a calling to do the work of intersectional social justice primarily in the Philadelphia area and beyond. Come experience a church full of God's love and compassion!





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