One of our missions at Living the Questions is to help individuals connect with progressive Christians in their community and to help progressive Christians connect on a global level. You are NOT alone. We invite you to look for a group using our directory. If you would like to have your group added, please visit the Submit New Group page.
Seekers at Burns Memorial UMC
A new group is forming to study progressive and emergent Christianity: Faith, Reason, Experience, and Spirituality. We will use Living the Questions plus additional materials with video and study guides.
St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church
We are a Reconciling United Methodist Church and have been using the Progressive Christianity studies since 2000. We are currently offering Painting the Stars, First Light and LtQ2. We truly welcome all and questions are expected! For more information, feel free to call: 405-321-4988. Any of our clergy staff will be happy to visit with you: Rev. Jeannie Himes, Rev. Jennifer Ahren-Sims, or Rev. Dianne Peters.
The United Church of Big Rapids
We are also affiliated with the Presbyterian USA denomination. We use Living the Questions for our middle and high school Sunday school offerings on a weekly basis.
We also offer classes for infant – elementary age and are looking at expanding into more regular adult offerings for Bible Study.
Our program is small – about 30 kids, but we are growing, slowly!
Glenside United Church of Christ
Trinity Presbyterian Church – Clearwater
Our church is a mission-oriented church that has been utilizing Living the Questions curriculum for several years to help us grow in our understanding of our Christ-oriented faith as part of God’s loving kingdom of all people.
St Andrew’s Anglican Church
We are a rural parish in the Diocese of Waiapu, part of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia.
Central United Methodist Church
Adult education classes and small groups offered throughout the year.
Naramata Community Church
A Shared Ministry of the Anglican Church of Canada, Diocese of Kootenay, and the United Church of Canada, Pacific Mountain Region. A Shared Ministry for more than 50 years.
Mt. Carmel UMC
Progressive Christianity topics are explored at the Faith Forum which meets on Tuesdays at 10:00 AM during the school year.
United Church of Christ of Annapolis
An LTQ group meets every other Wednesday at 9:30 AM. Check web-site or call for details.
Lord of Mercy Lutheran Church
Brentwood Christian Church
Every Sunday morning, we open worship with the following welcome statement:
We come from many different paths to gather here,
for Wide is God’s welcome, and you are welcome here:
• If you are young or old, you are welcome
• If you have brown skin, black skin, white skin, or any color skin, you are welcome
• If you are married or single, you are welcome
• If you are sick or well, you are welcome
• If you are gay or straight, you are welcome
• If you are a man, a woman, both or neither, you are welcome
• If you are an immigrant, you are welcome.
• If you are a refugee, like Jesus was, you are welcome.
• If you cannot hear or see, you are welcome.
• If you are alternatively abled, you are welcome.
• If you are happy or sad, you are welcome
• If you are rich or poor, powerful or weak, you are welcome
• If you believe in God some of the time or none of the time or all of the time, you are welcome…
Our Vision is as follows:
“Engaging, Experiencing and Extending the all-inclusive love of Christ”
As a congregation that values both the mind and the heart, the mission of Brentwood Christian Church is to offer a welcoming environment for those in the greater Springfield area to engage, experience and extend the all-inclusive love of Jesus Christ as we share in dynamic worship, extravagant hospitality, unwavering respect and compassionate care.
We believe connecting to the same Spirit expressed in the life of Jesus Christ has the power to enliven and transform us today. As we ground ourselves in this Spirit, we are reminded that the deepest forms of worship lead to transformative acts of justice, mercy and compassion (Micah 6:8).
We believe each human being is created in the image of God and should be treated with the dignity that affords, no matter what one’s background or status might be. We are called to intentionally welcome and embrace those from all walks of life (Genesis 1:27).
We believe that listening to others and respecting them is a deeply spiritual act. Church is a sacred place where we come together to share our beliefs, doubts, joys and struggles without fear of being rejected by others or by God (John 8:7).
We believe that the church exists for the sake of those it is called to serve. Recalling that we can only love God as much as we love others, we strive to reach out from “our doorsteps to the ends of the earth” (Matthew 25:34-40).
Westdale United Church
Westdale United Church is an inclusive and progressive Christian community – seeking, affirming, caring, acting
Boulder Mennonite Church
Middlebury Church of the Brethren
We are an open and affirming church focused on social justice and inclusion.
Concord Presbyterian Church
Christ Church United Methodist
Since the year 2000 Christ Church has been engaging in progressive studies, starting with Frontline’s “from Jesus to Christ” and Joseph’s Campbell’s “Power of Myth” and then taking up the Living the Questions programming as soon as it became available. There have been “whole church studies” of the 8 Progressive Points of Christianity with sermon series based on those weekday discussions as well whole church book groups and service series on books like Borg’s “The Heart of Christianity”, Borg and Crossan books likes “First Paul” and “The Last Week” and Crossan’s work on the Lord’s Prayer. “Short Stories by Jesus” by Jewish NT theologian and historian A. J. Levine was studied in groups as well as being the focus of several weeks of worship.
Fort Hill Presbyterian Church
Our Adult Ministry Team advises and reviews curricula for our Sunday morning classes, our Bible studies, and our small groups, as well as other congregational studies from time to time. We have used Living The Questions studies in classes and groups and the discussion is always lively, thoughtful, engaging and deep.
We hope to enjoy Living The Questions resources as more are developed and as we have more groups emerge.
Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
We are a community on a journey to fulfill our mission statement, Living and Sharing Jesus.
We have a mission to all God’s people, for all God’s people: Living and Sharing Jesus. This means that in every breath we take, with every new project we start, with every new person we meet, what we have to offer is Jesus. We have the privilege of taking his story, and what he means to us, to every person we encounter. As members of this church and of the body of Christ, we acknowledge that our life IS Jesus, there is no separation, and our call is to share Jesus with everyone, by everything we do. We are “a grassroots, passionate Jesus-community that witnesses to the Resurrection for the sake of the world!” Come and journey with us.
St Patrick’s Episcopal Church
We are an affirming community of Episcopalians actively proclaiming Christ’s love to the world.
Asbury United Methodist Church
We are a reconciling United Methodist Church with deep ties to the community through our mission. We are intergenerational with vital ministries with children, youth, adults, families and singles. Everyone is welcome.
Asbury’s core values: “Centered in Jesus Christ, We grow in faith, Celebrate community,
and serve others with love.”
Our welcome statement: Asbury’s Welcome Statement
ALL people are children of God and are of sacred worth. Asbury United Methodist Church affirms Christ’s example of unconditional love and publicly affirms a commitment to spiritual diversity and individual integrity. Therefore, we welcome all, including those who have not always been accepted because of race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, cultural background, social or economic status, family make-up, physical abilities, or age. Our community embraces you and celebrates God’s love with you. We receive you with open arms, joy and the grace of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Countryside Community Church
We are an Open and Affirming congregation and the Christian partner in Omaha’s Tri-Faith Initiative (www.trifaith.org) – where a Jewish synagogue, and Islamic mosque, and a Christian church (ours!) has moved to a 35 acre Commons, built separate facilities and a Tri-Faith center in order to move from interfaith dialog to interfaith relations. Our first service on the Tri-Faith Commons is April 7, 2019. We frequently use Living the Questions resources – and love them – as well as resources we produce in-house (www.darkwoodbrew.org). We operate a food pantry on the first Saturday each month. In addition to being an active voice for LGBTQ equality, and interfaith relationship, other justice issues we particularly focus on include environmental sustainability and justice for immigrants.
Zion United Church of Christ
We are an Open and Affirming church that welcomes all, specifically LGBTQIA folks. We value many different expressions of Christian faith and are committed to both ecumenical and interfaith work. We seek to do justice, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with God in community with one another.
Community United Methodist Church Progressive Christianity Group
We are a group of people who gather on Sunday mornings to ask questions and share experiences and ideas on how to be a faithful follower of Jesus.
Armidale Uniting Church
A church with an attendance around 100 per week. Our main discussion groups have used the Living the Questions material for a number of years and it has been a great blessing to so many. Please keep it up!! God Bless.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
A congregation situated between Allentown and Bethlehem, PA engaged in mission and ministry. “Sharing Our Faith; Welcoming and Serving Others” is our mission statement. Pastoral size Church with a huge heart for mission and being in relationship with each other
Loyola Academy Theology Department teaching high school theology in the Christian, Catholic, Jesuit tradition.
First United Methodist Church of Olympia
First Olympia UMC offers a significant range of progressive classes including Bible Studies, current event discussions, children’s ministries, justice groups, and more.
First Mennonite Church, Reedley, CA
First Mennonite Church in Reedley, CA is affiliated with Mennonite Church USA. MCUSA is a conference in the Anabaptist tradition. Our particular congregation emphasizes Christian Discipleship with an accompanying focus on peace and social justice. Our congregation was established in 1906.
David’s United Church of Christ
A progressive Christian community where Faith comes to Life, David’s UCC is a historic congregation serving the greater Dayton area for over 190 years; an Open & Affirming church with a focus on mission and inclusivity, where there’s intergenerational participation, a strong Sunday school and family ministry, and where we seek to offer an extravagant welcome to all visitors.
An open and affirming community church in Maplewood, NJ.
South Church in Andover
Our traditional tall, white steepled church stands as a beacon in Andover, yet we attract visitors and members from across the Merrimack River Valley and beyond. We are a diverse congregation with a rich mix of young and old, gay and straight, single and partnered, believer-since-birth and spiritual-but-not-religious.
We are a more than 300 year old congregation with a long and rich history, and we are eagerly leaning into God’s future. We value our heritage, cherish our traditions, and focus on what it means to be the church today. We continue to evolve as we explore new and relevant ways of following Jesus’s model of sharing God’s extravagant love.
Central United Church
Central United Church welcomes all people to come and participate regardless of race, faith (or no faith), age, cultural background, sexual orientation or gender identity. Located in the heart of downtown Moncton, we are a small, enthusiastic congregation with a serious commitment to outreach, building partnerships and rethinking what Christianity is.
Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has been a vital and vibrant faith community in Terre Haute, Indiana since its founding on June 28 1841. Our members and friends come from many backgrounds and experiences, and we rejoice in our numerous differences, perspectives, and abilities knowing that our love of God and our commitment to Christ’s ministry unite us above all else In June 2006, Central officially joined the list of Open and Affirming churches in our denomination, making us the second Disciples of Christ congregation in Indiana to do so.
Central Christian Church is part of the denomination Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the USA and Canada. As such, we firmly believe that God calls all Christians to shared ministry and lay leadership is essential in our understanding of who we are as God’s people. We celebrate the Lord’s Supper – communion – every Sunday and we insist that the table is open for ALL who want to partake. We practice “believer’s baptism” by immersion but we recognize all forms of baptism. Members are accepted by transfer of membership from another church or by a confession of faith and baptism.
At Central, we strive to be faithful to our Vision in all areas of ministry we undertake, with special emphasis on genuine Christian hospitality, excellence in worship, deep commitment to local and global outreach, and special devotion to children and youth. It has been a part of our long history to undertake certain social justice issues, and in 2016, we formed an “official” Social Justice League led by passionate and competent congregational lay leaders. We invite you to visit us for worship, Sunday school, and/or one of our many special events. Come and see if you’d like to become a part of Central Christian Church, where God calls us to be a welcoming and open faith community where Christian love, action, and discipleship unite!
St. George and St. Andrew United Church
We are beginning with a small group meeting in a member’s home one early evening a week for 6 weeks.
I didn’t feel it would be wise to ask for more of a commitment at the outset.
The Good Shepherd United Church of Christ
The Good Shepherd United Church of Christ is a gathering of people committed to creating a bold, spirited, life changing presence in the Santa Cruz Valley. We seek to include everyone on the journey of faith because Jesus included everyone on the journey with him.
We seek an informed faith and welcome questions that lead us to deeper places of understanding-because we don’t have all the answers. We take scripture so seriously that we find it can’t be taken literally. We seek a life and faith that is grounded in service and compassion so we find ways to actively and boldly live out this call.
Metropolitan Community Church of Rehoboth Beach
We are a growing progressive community of faith. Our mailing address is different than our street address PO Box,191 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
Burleigh Heads Anglican Church
Putting together a ‘Small Group’ curriculum for the church in 2019.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Our adult Sunday school is class is working its way through “Living the Questions 2.0.”
Bayswater Uniting Church
We are a small congregation with a real heart for justice, and a thirst for new and relevant understandings of what it means to be a follower of the way of Jesus in our place and time.
St Andrew’s on the Terrace Presbyterian Church
St Andrew’s on The Terrace is inclusive and welcoming. We are also a nuclear-free Peace church. We are part of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand. We have a long history of fighting within the church for inclusion of gay people and recently we have been educating ourselves on transgender issues. We work to reflect our theological thinking in our weekly 10am Sunday Gatherings. On the website both written and audio versions of these are available most weeks.
After the Gathering each week there is something happening – congregational conversations, brunch, a Exploring faith study group which uses Living the Question resources and our Social Justice Education group. Check the website for details.
We welcome you getting in touch or better still turning up on our doorstep one day!
Hutt City Uniting Congregations
Here in New Zealand, we are part of the Uniting Congregations of Aotearoa New Zealand (UCANZ) which is a movement of five partner denominations https://www.ucanz.org.nz/ – in the case of our parish, our denominational partners are the Methodist Church of New Zealand and the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Billings First Congregational Church
Billings First Congregational Church is a prophetic church of religious literacy and public liturgy. We have hosted the Jesus Seminar the past four years. Our pastors lead and are the facilitators for Montana Interfaith Network (representing Muslim, Jewish, Christian, and traditional Native faith), Sanctuary Rising (allies and advocates for immigrants and refugees), Community Innovations (ministry to the homeless chronic inebriate community), and the Native American Council (advocates, allies, and leaders for the Native urban community). We are the only outdoor place in Billings where the 8 Native flags of Montana fly and host a number of Native centered recovery groups. Our pastors have also led and created space for the public celebration of “Las Posadas”, Ash Wednesday, and a Good Friday Stations of the Cross in solidarity with God’s good earth two years and another two years with immigrants and refugees. We are also home to the new Billings LGBTQ resource center and Western Native Voice, a voter advocacy group for the Native community in Montana.
Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
A member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, a partner denomination of ELCA
First Congregational Church of Battle Creek
We are a progressive Christian congregation in downtown Battle Creek with a deep commitment to adult faith formation and social justice.
Trinity United Church
An Affirming Congregation offering dynamic worship and programming for all ages. Check us out on Facebook or our website.
Saint Francis in the Foothills U.M.C.
A Progressive Faith Community Where All Are Welcome
Saint Francis in the Foothills contains within its walls a diverse collection of souls which share a common vision of the world… a vision stated here: We acknowledge our oneness with the creator and all creation, support each other in achieving our fullest potential, strive to remove all barriers which separate us, aspire to share with others and our children our commitment to active service and joyful participation in the creation of a new world, and acknowledge our need to be directed in this endeavor by the power, the presence, and the grace of God.
Plymouth Congregational Church
Lansing’s First Congregational Church gathered in 1847 and established in 1864.
Vibrant outreach ministry work to clothe the naked, feed the hungry, visit and give respite to the care-worn, and worship the one true Living God as we follow Christ in all we do.
Westminster Cong. United Church of Christ
Progressive, inclusive, socially active congregation filled with curious, welcoming people.
Open Table United Church or Christ
A progressive and Open and Affirming congregation, we are trying to follow Jesus in Christian love,
spiritual and social transformation, biblical hospitality, grace-filled inclusion, and joyful worship.
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, Kingston
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC)
First Congregational Church, UCC
We have a weekly adult study group that has read books about the Bible and used LTQ programs like First Light, and Eclipsing Empire.
First Presbyterian Church
We are an old, downtown Presbyterian Church in a small city. We support various efforts to live out an inclusive faith. Traditional Sunday morning adult classes, a Tuesday evening spirituality group, bi-monthly community unity events to address critical social and political issues. Support of local mission agencies. Packing food for hungry children at a local elementary school.
Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church
Grace United Church
East Congregational Church
A vibrant, progressive church whose mission is to “Build and Serve Community in Christ’s Name.”
Our faith tradition is more than 2,000 years old; our thinking, believing and serving are not!
Wylie Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
We are a growing family of faith inviting all we can reach into a living experience with Jesus Christ. We are developing authentic relationships and making ourselves available by listening to each other and responding in love and in service.
Our Mission: To allow God to draw the world to Christ through our lives.
To reach outside our comfort zones of society and church
To follow Christ in servanthood
To keep an open mind, open heart, and open arms
To love unconditionally and accept love from others
Bethany Presbyterian CHurch
A small racially and economically mixed urban congregation in the heart of a thriving arts district in a major US city.
Quapaw Quarter United Methodist Church
Welcoming and affirming. Aligned with Reconciling Ministries.
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
We are a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. We are committed to work in Social Justice, Environmental Sustainability, Handicapped Accessibility, and Active Hands-on Compassion.
Edgewood United Church
We offer Wednesday evening adult education classes and are currently using LTQ. We are looking to open up more opportunities for education with our adults/young adults at additional times and this curriculum is well received and we love the discussions.
First Congregational Church, Bakersfield UCC
We have three study groups that use a variety of progressive Christian curriculum. We have thoroughly enjoyed a wide array of the LtQ material over the past five years.
First Lutheran Church, ELCA
We are a Reconciling congregation and we distribute and discuss the “PC 8 Points” document with Council annually, with staff quarterly, and with every new members class. We are partners with Faith Action International House, and Bread for the World. We have two mottos posted around the building and on our printed and
electronic publicity… “All are welcome and all means ALL” and “God’s Work, Our Hands”
Southminster Presbyterian Church
We have a Learning Resource Center/Library that serves the churches in the Presbytery of the Miami Valley. We Have one room devoted to print materials, which and one room containing Adult and Teen fiction, juvenile nonfiction and nonfiction, DVD-based study programs, and videotapes. Our collection numbers almost 9,000 items.
Individuals and churches may borrow materials at no charge, only promising to replace lost or damaged materials.
Church of the Painted Hills UCC
Progressive community of people who are compassionate and welcoming of everyone.
Lutheran Campus Ministry at the University of Idaho
A Lutheran presence on the campus of the University of Idaho, offering spiritual support to all students, faculty, and staff.
Forest Hill Uniting Churchc
Worshiping congregation of between 60 and 80 on any Sunday.
First United Methodist Church
A place of hospitality, where all names are sacred and strangers are welcome.
A place of blessing for all who feel tired or broken and yearn for wholeness.
Dedicated to service for all who search for the joy of helping others in need.
Open Table United Methodist Church
We are a progressive, affirming, and diverse community of faith rooted in the United Methodist Church.
St John’s Episcopal Church Tampa Florida
Te Hēpara Pai
The Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia, has three strands of equal standing – Tikanga Pakeha, Tikanga Māori and Tikanga Pasifica. Our church Te Hēpara Pai (The Good Shepherd) is of the Tikanga Māori strand. We are part of the Wairarapa Anglican Māori Pastorate and next to Te Hēpara Pai we have a church based Marae called Te Rangimarie Marae.
Brechin United Church
Christchurch Central Methodist Parish
Part of Te Haahi Weteriana o Aotearoa (Methodist Church of New Zealand)
Heights Christian Church
As a Shalom congregation, Heights Christian Church is open to and affirming of all people, celebrating and finding strength in our diversity and affirming the dignity and worth of every person.
We welcome into full membership and participation in the life of the church, persons of every gender, race, age, culture, ethnic background, sexual orientation, economic circumstance, and difference in ability. All are welcome as beloved children of God.
When Heights Christian Church was designed, the founding members envisioned a complete facility that not only would serve the church as a place of worship, study and fellowship, but also serve the community. Today we continue to live out that vision, housing the Shaker Cooperative Preschool, the Shaker Youth Center, an after-school drop in program for High School Youth, the HCC Thrift Shop, and numerous other programs and organizations.
Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting
Aberdeen’s historic ‘Mither Kirk.’ A Local Ecumenical Partnership of the Church of Scotland and the United Reformed Church.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
St. Paul’s combines the traditional and the forward-looking in our beautiful worship. We are fed at Christ’s table in order to take up the work of love in the world. We are involved in ministry with the LGBTQ community, feeding our neighbors every Sunday night of the year, interfaith relationships, literacy, English language classes for the newly-arrived, housing for our homeless neighbors, immigration concerns, and care for refugees. We have a robust series of adult education classes, a youth group that does a whole lot more than eat pizza, and a progressive church school curriculum. Our preschool is one of the finest in Orange County. And we want to meet you! You’re not only welcome – you’re expected!
Nelson United Church
We are a progressive, social justice minded congregation who likes to sing and gather together. We are part of an Interfaith Climate Justice Collaborative and work with others in our community to welcome refugees, advocate for peace in Guatemala and provide a safe space for LGBTQ2T folk. We are in the beautiful W. Kootenays of BC and many of us enjoy our connection to the environment in which we live.
St. Brigid of Kildare Episcopal Church
This is a small congregation and the only mainline church in Rio Vista. Our priority is outreach both as as a group and as individuals in the community. We are what we call a shared ministry congregation with leadership shared among the congregation. Currently our learning is focused on spirituality. But we are also promoting the Good Book Club from the Episcopal Church.
Eureka First United Methodist Church
All Saints’ Episcopal Church – Russellville, AR
All Saints’ is a warm, loving, and accepting congregation in Russellville, Arkansas. Whether you are looking for a place to pray, a bible study group, worship that draws you into the life of God, community, or a safe place to ask questions, we hope you will visit. No matter who you are and where you are on your spiritual journey, you will be welcome at All Saints’! All Saints’ Russellville is a community living and growing in unity with God and all people through Christ and we actively seek God in reverent worship, service to neighbors, gracious hospitality, and the pursuit of wisdom.
The First Church in Belfast, United Church of Christ
We are a progressive Christian faith community with historic facilities and contemporary attitude, welcoming all who welcome all!
Metropolitan Community Church of Austin (MCC Austin)
At MCC Austin we affirm your joys, journey and unique gifts; we connect you to God, each other and the community; and we create hope, healing and spiritual growth. These aims are achieved through: 1) our weekly Sunday worship at 9 am and 11 am which is always relevant and Spirit-filled, 2) a wide array of volunteer opportunities such as feeding children and their families over the summer and other school breaks (Project Brown Bag) or advocating for and providing resources to the homeless in our community (Unsheltered Neighbors Ministry), 3) social gatherings like game nights, trips to the ballgame or theater, and potlucks, 4) study groups like our weekly Bible Study for adults and Sunday School for children and our annual all-church Growth Group study which has explored topics such as generosity and justice, and 5) our commitment to always following Jesus Christ to the margins of society where we boldly proclaim the Good News that God’s love is for everyone- just as they are!
Faith Presbyterian Church
We have used a number of your programs through the years and find them excellent.
St. James Presbyterian Church, North Yarmouth, Ontario
St. James is a small rural congregation. Bucking the general trends of the surrounding culture, St. James is mission oriented, welcoming to all regardless of gender or race, and eager to learn.
First Christian Church
A congregation nearly 100 years old who serves our community through participation in an Interfaith Food Pantry, a homeless ministry which includes food and clothing at our local park, and participation in mission opportunities in other communities. We are an open and affirming congregation that shares a progressive message of the limitless nature of God’s grace and love as we have come to understand this through Jesus Christ.
First United Methodist Church
Adult Sunday School in Progressive UMC (Reconciling)
Christ United Church
Christ United Church is a strong community minded, mission oriented church that focuses on peace & justice issues, community outreach and striving to be a blessing to the community. We are a congregation with standing in both the United Church of Christ and Presbyterian Church (USA). Our Mission: With Christ as our heart and God’s love as our fire,
we learn, we love, we care for all people.
Guildwood Community Presbyterian Church
A progressive, inclusive congregation in the heart of Scarborough.
Spirit of Peace United Church of Christ
We own almost everything in your library. Spirit of Peace folks eat up progressive curriculum!
Anglican Diocese of Ottawa
Leslie Giddings, Diocesean Learning Facilitator, provides resources and support to parishes in Anglican Diocese of Ottawa.
Trinity Lutheran Church
112 year old congregation in transition and exploring its mission and the role of Christianity in this 21st century.
Milagro Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
In 2015, we became an Open and Affirming congregation of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
We are a broad-based community of faith, committed to sharing God’s love and generously giving itself away to the world through spiritually nourishing worship, compassionate service, and authentic witness of the gospel. We cultivate love that is greater than our differences by building community, nurturing children, mission outreach and shared story.
Our Welcome Statement:
You Are Welcome Here
We come from many different paths to get here. God’s welcome is wide, and you are welcome here.
If you are young or old, you are welcome here.
No matter the color of your skin or your citizenship status, you are welcome here.
If you are married, single, divorced, separated, remarried, widowed or widower, you are welcome here.
If you are sick or well, you are welcome here.
If you are gay or lesbian or straight or bisexual or transgender, you are welcome here.
If you cannot hear or see, you are welcome here.
If you are happy or sad, you are welcome here.
If you are rich or poor, powerful or weak, you are welcome here.
If you believe in God some of the time, if you believe in God all of the time, or if you have a hard time believing in God, you are welcome here.
(adapted from Toward a Hopeful Future, Phil Snider and Emily Bowen, Pilgrim Press, 2010)
College Hill United Methodist Church
College Hill seeks to develop a Christian community wise in the ways of the Spirit, bold in the ways of justice, and graceful in relationship with all creation.
Journey of Faith Church
We are a progressive and affirming church, a part of the Reconciling Ministries Network for the past nine years. Whoever you are and wherever you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome in this place!
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church
We are a progressive congregation interested in faith, knowledge and service to our community and the world. Adult Forum, a group of older adults, has used the Living the Questions curricula for years and the DVD series lead to good discussions.
Chapelwood United Methodist Church
We offer Bible studies for all levels, including a group using progressive Christianity materials, such as LTQ, Borg, Crossan, etc. We have a church library with over 14,000 items that includes books and audio visual materials covering a wide range as well.
St. Peter’s Evangelical UCC
Lay study – have used Painting the Stars, First Light, Countering Pharaoh, Jesus and the Kingdom, Paul and the Kingdom.
Central United Methodist Church
Grace Lutheran Church
An ELCA Lutheran Congregation in South Omaha with a Mission to share God’s Word and love in care and service to all. Ministry includes a weekly fresh food pantry, nested ministry with Sudanese and community connections.
Australian Student Christian Movement
A fellowship of enquiring Christians (mostly) who are drawn to the person, teachings and divinity of Jesus and wish to grow in fellowship with him and one another. Our focus is on young people (but, by no means only) with a concern for expressions of love and social justice.
Union Presbyterian Church
“Union Presbyterian Church is a loving family
that welcomes the diversity of our community
to engage, nurture and challenge each other
to grow in faith and service to the Lord.”
Union Baptist Church
We are an welcoming church open to all regardless of background, race, sexual orientation. We are all on a journey of faith, seeking to understand our personal place as a follower of Jesus.
Los Altos United Church of Christ
We are a small, welcoming and progressive church near CSULB. Our outreach projects include ministry with and support for homeless students at CSULB, families staying in Fisher House at the VA Hospital, and an after school program for neighborhood children.
A generous faith community centred on Jesus, seeking wisdom for life and acting with compassion
in the heart of Grafton since 1842
Faith Lutheran Church
Mainline Lutheran church with about 1,000 members and multiple education offerings for all ages.
Simsbury Methodist Church
Our Sunday am small group study just finished the Jesus the Light study with Borg and Crossan. Every one agreed it was the best study we have done over the years. We are looking forward to starting LTQ 2.0 on January 20th. We welcome any tips from those who are already on their way with this study.
Sceptics Group – St George’s, Westcombe Park
The Sceptics Group meets on the 1st and 3rd Sundays each month at 8:00 p.m. We meet at the vicarage: 89 Westcombe Park Road, London SE3 7RZ. Drinks and nibbles provided. Contact Tim for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 0203 3633 5494.
United Methodist Church of Green Valley, Arizona
There are about a dozen of us now, gathering on Wednesday evenings and working through 2.0. We covenanted to SLOW DOWN, rather than speeding through the material since it is so rich in content. Our group includes people with a variety of denominational backgrounds, Baptist, Disciples, Methodist, Catholic and Presbyterian.
Journey of Faith Church
Journey of Faith is a progressive, Reconciling UMC in Williamson County. We are a small church but very diverse. We are place for asking the tough questions of faith in an atmosphere of unconditional acceptance. We welcome and embrace people from all walks of life. Whoever you are and wherever you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome in this place.
Dayspring United Methodist
Dayspring United Methodist Church exists to create disciples of Jesus Christ who touch and inspire people through an open and diverse community. We are a Reconciling Congregation. All people, regardless of age, sex, race, color, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, economic status or ability are welcome into the full life of our congregation. We believe when you embrace diversity, you embrace God. Jeff Procter-Murphy, co-creator of Living the Questions, is the senior pastor of Dayspring.