LGCMLesbian and Gay Christian Movement
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Results from the LGCM found the data fit the model well: [chi square] (86, N = 272) = 523.14,p < .01, CFI = .94, and RMSEA = .06.
One LGCM member, who wished to remain anonymous, said: "I was very disappointed by the dean's comments because I've always supported the cathedral but on this issue he seems to be living in the dark ages.
The dean's alleged comments are reported in a letter from the LGCM to its members after the group's committee had a meeting with him.
I would like to focus on the LGCM as my sample group for the purpose of looking at examples of readings that the CBS group does with the groups that they are committed to.
Hopkins was speaking at "Claiming the Blessing: Doing the Theology," one of 12 workshops available to the 250 participants at the Halfway to Lambeth conference, held by the United Kingdom-based Lesbian & Gay Christian Movement (LGCM).
The conference saw the launch of the Lambeth Fund, to support the work of the LGCM as it prepares to have an impact on the agenda of the next Lambeth Conference.
LGCM general secretary Richard Kirker, attacked the archbishop's decision not to attend as 'despicable'.
Quoting from his conference brochure, Richard Kirker, president of the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement (LGCM), said in an interview that the Halfway to Lambeth conference "will be a unique occasion to provide an opportunity for bishops, and others in the Anglican Communion, to 'listen to the experience of homosexual people' (part of Resolution 1.10 Lambeth Conference, 1998) and to make preparations to ensure that the experience of lesbian and gay Anglicans is fully and accurately reflected at the next Lambeth Conference."
The LGCM makes no bones about the fact that they hope to have an impact on the Lambeth agenda.
'As long as we go along in this muddled mess, we will just continue this decline in the Church of England.' Richard Kirker, general secretary of the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement (LGCM), was also dismissive of the meeting if gay Christians were not themselves invited.