Orlando Conference on Bible-Based LGBTQ Inclusion
Since 2014, The Reformation Project has welcomed nearly 2,000 people to our conferences on LGBTQ inclusion across the country. This year, our annual conference will be held in Orlando from October 18-20—and you're invited!
At First United Methodist Church in downtown Orlando, it is an ideal opportunity to enhance your advocacy for LGBTQ inclusion in the church. Here's what to expect:
- First-rate teaching from leading biblical scholars and theologians to help you learn how to talk about the Bible and LGBTQ inclusion with non-affirming Christians;
- Inspiring keynotes and workshops from LGBTQ Christians and allies at the forefront of this movement;
- An intersectional approach centering the marginalized within LGBTQ Christian communities, including people of color, women, and transgender people;
- Worship, community, and new friendships with attendees from across the United States and the world who are also passionate about advancing LGBTQ inclusion in the church.
Everyone is welcome to attend, regardless of your theological beliefs.
If you would like to give to the scholarship fund in order to help others who would not otherwise be able to attend, please donate to The Reformation Project here.
Want to know what our conferences are all about? Hear from our attendees themselves! Take a look at these great testimonies and get a feel for all you will experience and learn our conference.
Conference speakers will start to be announced this spring.
Events sponsored by The Reformation Project may be photographed or video-recorded by independent media outlets. We recognize some participants would prefer not to appear in media coverage or promotional material. Such participants will be given different colored lanyards for their name badges. While this effort has proven largely successful in other conferences, we cannot guarantee it. By registering for the conference, you are agreeing that your image may appear in media or promotional material.
All registrations are non-refundable.
Can’t make it to our conference but still want to support inclusion?