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The European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups is a Europe-wide ecumenical organization which supports European Christians of non-heterosexual or non-heteronormative identity. It holds an annual continental conference around Ascensiontide on a rotating schedule of host countries, at which the Annual General Meeting is held and both a women's and men's preconferences are held. An Agapè Fund is organized to financially support those who may not have the expenses to travel to the conference location due to poor travel conditions.

The organization was established in 1982.


ConferencesEdit

Future Conferences:Edit

  • 2013: Switzerland
  • 2014: to be confirmed

Past conferencesEdit

  • 2012: Amsterdam, Netherlands : Lead us beyond acceptance !
  • 2011: Berlin, Germany : Surrounded by Friends
  • 2010: Barcelona : Rejoice and be exceeding glad !
  • 2009: Järvenpää / Helsinki, Finland: Courage to follow the Law of Love
  • 2008: St. Albans, United Kingdom: Under the rainbow
  • 2007: Strasbourg, France
  • 2006: Riga, Latvia
  • 2005: Oslo, Norway
  • 2004: Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2003: Heemskerk, The Netherlands
  • 2002: Basel / Leuenberg, Switzerland
  • 2001: Obwoch, Poland
  • 2000: ?
  • 1999: ?
  • 1998: Frankfurt, Germany
  • 1997: ?
  • 1996: Oslo, Norway
  • 1995: Driebergen, The Netherlands
  • 1994: ?
  • 1993: ?
  • 1992: Boldern / Zürich, Switzerland: Europe — a challenge to us all
  • 1991: Driebergen, The Netherlands: The Future Is Ours
  • 1990: Strasbourg, France: From the freedom of loving to a Christian Community
  • 1989: Prali Ghigo, Italy
  • 1988: Uxbridge / London, United Kingdom: Not just gay, not just Christian, but wholly human
  • 1987: Frankfurt, Germany: Broaden your vision
  • 1986: Oslo, Norway: Gay Christians as a resource
  • 1985: Antwerp, Belgium: Called into liberty
  • 1984: Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Proud to be gay — and what this means to the churches
  • 1983: Strasbourg, France
  • 1982: Paris, France

Member organizationsEdit

ArmeniaEdit

AustriaEdit

BelgiumEdit

FinlandEdit

FranceEdit

GermanyEdit

IcelandEdit

  • Triarhopur samtakanna 78

ItalyEdit

LatviaEdit

  • Adverta Evangeliska Draudze/Open Evangelical Congregation

MaltaEdit

  • Drachma

MoldovaEdit

NetherlandsEdit

NorwayEdit

PolandEdit

RoumaniaEdit

RussiaEdit

  • Light of the World (Moscow)

SlovakiaEdit

SpainEdit

SwedenEdit

SwitzerlandEdit

United KingdomEdit

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