Here are some of the groups who marched together on July 3rd
Accepting Evangelicals is a open network of Evangelical Christians who believe the time has come to move towards the acceptance of faithful, loving same-sex partnerships at every level of church life, and the development of a positive Christian ethic for gay and lesbian people.
Affirm: The Network of Baptists affirming Lesbian & Gay Christians seeks to engage with Baptist churches and members to achieve greater understanding and acceptance of LGBT people. Affirm has recently started to work with the Baptist Union of Great Britain to give pastoral support to LGBT people within the Baptist family.
Faith and Pride is an Belfast-based organisation with one simple point: you can be Christian and gay. It is run by a group of gay Christians, who have accumulated experience as Anglicans, Catholics, Christadelphians, Methodists, Non-Subscribing Presbyterians, and Presbyterians.
Diverse Church is a supportive community of 80 young LGBT+ Christians in UK evangelical churches.
The Evangelical Fellowship gives the opportunity:
Inclusive Church and Young Inclusive Church are working to break down the barriers to full inclusion at all levels of the Anglican Communion. This means that it is essential that women can be bishops and that lesbian and gay people - both in relationships and single can be ministers. As part of full inclusion, they believe that Churches wishing to do so should be able to hold Civil Partnership ceremonies and blessing services for same-sex couples. They are supportive of the government’s same-sex marriage proposals. They are also working to tackle the exclusion within the church which results from poverty, mental-wellbeing, ethnicity and disability.
A community that is welcoming and open to all Catholics, with an active fellowship of many lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered Catholics, as well as their parents, families and friends.
LGCM (Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement) has been challenging homophobia and working towards creating an inclusive Church since 1976. LGCM is a membership based organisation that provides support to individual LGBT Christians and our friends from all denominations and none through local and special interest groups.
The Metropolitan Community Church has three Churches in the London area. They provide an opportunity for inclusive Christian worship in a variety of styles. The denomination was founded within and for the LGBT community and a warm welcome awaits you.
Quest is a nationwide pastoral support group for LGBT Catholics. We organise social and spiritual events such as Masses, retreats and an annual weekend conference.
The Sibyls is a UK-based confidential Christian spirituality group for transgender people, and their supporters, offering companionship along the journey, and information/advocacy to churches.
Sibyls pray, eat, and talk together, and seek to fulfil Christ's command to love one another.
If you're gay, gay and Christian, just Christian... or you just like wine... come and join us at The Yard Bar in Soho, Thursday evenings from 6:30pm. For more information check out www.facebook.com/sohogathering
The LGBT Group at St James Piccadilly has members across the LGBT spectrum. It meets for a shared lunch 1pm 2nd Sunday of each month.
We are a network of Christians, connected by LGBT (Lesbian, gay,bisexual and transgender) issues, who have discovered that God loves us just as we are. Our vision is to create a space where absolutely everyone is welcome, whoever you are and wherever you're at in terms of church or issues of sexuality and sexual identity. Many of us are from evangelical backgrounds, but we now represent a broad church and aim to make all feel welcome. We meet up four times a year to worship together in central London, and you can find out more about us via http://two23.net.