The PC(USA) Store has compiled a list of Books for LGBTQ2S+ Inclusion.
See also our Faith Formation: Tweens & Teens: Sexuality & Gender Identity lib guide
Austen Hartke, author of Transforming: the Bible and the Lives of Transgender Christians, offers a Trans Faith Resource list, including:
Beloved Arise is a movement dedicated to LGBTQIA+ youth of faith. They build relationships, offer support, and inspire youth to embrace life to the fullest.
PFLAG IS HERE TO PROVIDE SUPPORT, INFORMATION, AND RESOURCES FOR LGBTQ+ PEOPLE, THEIR PARENTS AND FAMILIES, AND ALLIES.
Hope Church (UMC) offers a great list of resources for parents, faith formation leaders, clergy, and allies to create justice, hospitality, and study.
An Interactive Journal on Christian Social Justice
Their LGBTQIA+ page is updated regularly with articles reflective of current events, issues, and practices.
UW Milwaukee's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Plus (LGBTQ+) Resource Center shares this excellent primer on pronoun arenas and usage.
"The trans community is very small, it’s a microcosm of the society, even smaller than the LGB community,” says Ebony Harper, executive director of California TRANScends. Harper joined Lambda legal attorney Carl Charles and congressional candidate Maebe A. Girl on a special videotaped roundtable marking Transgender Day of Visibility, which falls on March 31. The three panelists engaged in a sweeping discussion of how a small minority of Americans has become a target of conservative culture wars as a way to distract people from issues like climate change and economic injustices, and how resistance to right-wing attacks takes many forms: litigation, political engagement, and individual acts of solidarity.
The Girls Are Not Okay: And evangelical theology bears a significant part of the blame
For many, religion is a force that shapes us, for better or worse. These books invite us to consider the impact of religion in our lives and suggest ways we can heal from harm and build a better path forward.