A Common Bond is the worldwide support network for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals who were, or still are, associated with Jehovah’s Witnesses. We began in 1980 as a simple mimeographed newsletter, and have since grown into a worldwide network with local chapters and annual international conferences. The mission of A Common Bond is … Read more
On an autumn Sunday morning in 1968 a twice-defrocked gay Pentecostal minister welcomed twelve people into his living room for a worship service. From that distinctly modest beginning the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) has grown into a worldwide ministry with over forty thousand members in eighteen countries. Origins The Reverend Troy Perry felt the call … Read more
Note from Mary: My eldest daughter’s family is Mormon, and I do respect and wish to support ALL LGBT’s, and hence the reason for this page. I hope you will find the information uplifting. ALL are welcome at Christian Gays.
by Bridget Night – The actual name of the Mormon Church is the “Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.” Mormon is a nick-name given to the church because of a book of scripture they believe in, called The Book of Mormon. The word, Latter-Day is as opposed to former days of Christ, meaning that we are living in the last days before the second coming of Christ. The members in Jesus’ early church were called ‘saints’, which is the reason that LDS members call themselves ‘saints’.