Collection uklse-as1cm01 - OneBodyOneFaith

Alan Sturt- Alex's reflections .mp3 Alan Sturt.mp3 Alison_Webster_Interview_9_Dec_2015.mp3 Bernard Lynch.mp3 Cass Howes - LD reflections.MP3 Cass Howes final.mp4 Cecilia_Eggleston_13_Jan_2016.mp3 Chris_Wardale_13_Jan_2016.mp3 Colin Coward full.mp3 Diarmaid MacCulloch full.mp3 Geoffrey Hooper EDITED interview 151118_OLYMPUS_combined192kbps.mp3 Ian Corbett.mp3 Jay Walmsley full.mp3 Jeff Heskins.mp3 Jeremy_Marks_Interview_11_Dec_15.mp3 Jim Cotter.mp3 John Bamford.mp3 Linda Hurcombe interview 151030_TASCAM.mp3 Liz_Stuart_26_Oct_2015.mp3 Malcolm Johnson.mp3 Malcolm Macourt 13 Jan 2016.mp3 Mansel Stimpson.mp3 Martin Stears Handscomb.mp3 Michael Doe.mp3 Richard Kirker.mp3 Ruby Almeida.mp3 Savi Hensman Full.mp3 Sharon Ferguson(1).mp3
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  • 2014-2016 (Creation)

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34 audio files

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The Gay Christian Movement was founded in April 1976 at a public meeting at the Sir John Cass School in the City of London, and later changed its name to the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement, in 1987.

The Movement was based initially in the tower of St Botolph's Church, Aldgate, where the City of London meets the East End. However in 1989, after a legal challenge by the Archdeacon of London, the Church Council was compelled to evict LGCM, and Oxford House, a settlement project in Bethnal Green, took us in and provided a home for the next 25 years. In 2015 the trustees took the decision to move out of London, and relocate LGCM to a new home in Nottinghamshire.

14th February 2017 marked a very significant shift in the identity of two organisations that have campaigned for LGBTI+ liberation and integration in churches in England for over forty years. LGCM and Changing Attitude England become OneBodyOneFaith, united to campaign together for change.

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This collection contains the digital records of OneBodyOneFaith. The first series includes the oral history archive created in 2016 as part of the heritage project Christian Voices Coming Out, to mark the foundation of the Gay Christian Movement in 1976.

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As of June 2023, all material in this collection is still In Copyright. If you wish to re-use any of the content in this collection, please make sure you use it in a legally and ethically responsible way. Further guidance in reusing copyrighted materials is available in our Terms and Conditions page.

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The analogue archives of the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement are held at LSE Library and available from The Women's Library Reading Room. To browse the catalogue, explore the LSE Archives catalogue. For information on how to access the collection, read Access Archives and Special Collections.

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