People desire to be accepted, embraced and truly welcomed in their spiritual community. Rev Karla witnessed the pain and suffering of the LGBTQIA+ community who longed to be a part of an affirming community that loved them for who they were. A church that says they are welcoming does not mean they see the LGBTQIA+ as equal to other church members. Knowing the difference between a welcoming and an affirming church can help you find a safe and sacred community that loves you for who you are. This guide is also useful for allies who want to help their churches become affirming.
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People desire to be accepted, embraced and truly welcomed in their spiritual community. Rev Karla witnessed the pain and suffering of the LGBTQIA+ community who longed to be a part of an affirming community that loved them for who they were. A church that says they are welcoming does not mean they see the LGBTQIA+ as equal to other church members.

Knowing the difference between a welcoming and an affirming church can help you find a safe and sacred community that loves you for who you are.

This guide is also useful for allies who want to help their churches become affirming.