Ceremony to honor and commemorate persons coming into the fullness of their identity with the support of their worshipping community.
Grace like glitter (PDF download) Resources for Pride
Alex and Jo Clare-Young (eds)
Digital download: A collection of resources created by members of the Iona Community’s LGBTQ+ Common Concern Network as a reflection of all that they seek to celebrate and affirm. Includes prayers, poems, reflections and songs.
Parity helps congregations and faith organizations, clergy, seminarians, denominations and seminaries become more LGBTQ+ sensitive and celebratory.
Find liturgical elements, full liturgies, tips for diversity inclusion, family and loved ones support, and more.
Reconciling Works offers prepared full liturgies and liturgical elements, along with tips and practices to enhance LGBTQIA+ welcome and inclusion.
enfleshed offers full worship services, liturgical elements, hymns, and preaching texts and prompts for Pride Celebrations and LGBTQ+ welcome.
Open and Affirming Coaltion of the UCC offers liturgical elements and prayers for Pride Month and National Coming Out Day.
More Light Presbyterians offers numerous resources to increase and enhance LGBTQ+ welcome and safe spaces, including affirming worship.
Word Made Queer offers General Worship Resources, Pride Services, Marriage Liturgies, Naming Services, Grief, and Queer Devotions.
The National LGBTQ Task Force supports the Institute for Welcoming Resources, which offers a book list and liturgical elements and prayers available online/for download.
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Illustrated Ministry provides numerous options for Pride Parades and every day welcome: