LGBT-affirming denominations in Judaism

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) affirming denominations in Judaism (also called gay-affirming) are Jewish religious groups that welcome LGBT members and do not consider homosexuality to be a sin. They include both entire Jewish denominations, as well as individual synagogues. Some are composed mainly of non-LGBT members and also have specific programs to welcome LGBT people, while others are composed mainly of LGBT members.

Denominations[edit]

Individual congregations[edit]

Denomination-sanctioned programmes[edit]

Unofficial programmes[edit]

Programmes not affiliated with any particular denomination[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Affirming Churches, Synagogues, and Religious Groups, District of Columbia

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