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Listed below are some links to resources gathered that may be of interest to you

United Church of Christ

The United Church of Christ is an inclusive and diverse community of Christians connected by faith that calls us to build a just world for all. Our ministries advocate at a national and global level, but our roots are planted firmly in our local churches in communities like yours.

Our Mission - We welcome all, love all, and seek justice for all.


The Southern New England Conference of the United Church of Christ came into being on Jan. 1, 2020 with the coming together of the historic Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Conferences.


The Conference is one of 36 regional bodies of the United Church of Christ, a distinct and diverse community of Christians that come together as one church to join faith and action.  The Conference comprises almost 600 churches, 1500 authorized ministers and 110,000 members.

The Conference has been founded under a united covenant to Live the Love and Justice of Jesus.

Visit this site to see what events are happening in our area and to see what resources they may have for you!

There is a place for you in this world. A place of radical inclusion. A place where, no matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome. A place of hope. Amicable Congregational Church is that place if you are in the Tiverton, RI area. We are an open and affirming church! When a church uses the phrase “open and affirming,” it means that they have had an intentional conversation as a congregation to both learn more about the community as well as be more welcoming and inclusive.​If you are not local to us, The Find Hope Now website will connect you with an open and affirming church in your area! This website will also connect you to stories of hope and help. Explore the unique stories that shape our spiritual journey and foster connections in our shared commitment to love, faith, and community. Check it out! Share it!


With the goal of providing an LGBTQ-positive answer to the query “what does the Bible say about homosexuality” (and transgender people), St. Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church in Elgin, IL has developed a web page highlighting LGBTQ-affirming scripture.  Much of what currently comes up online with this search criteria is negative and condemning, and could cause an LGBTQ person to despair, and we wanted to offer a message of hope and love.

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