Religious groups or gay friendly places of worship
A discussion group for gay Muslims that meets on the first Friday of the month at the LGBT Foundation (7-9:30pm) – http://lgbt.foundation/get-support/Groups/other-groups-we-support/imaan/
A Jewish social and support group that is currently using Facebook to organise meetings etc.
A dedicated centre for Buddhists, but no specific gay men’s group. Call 0161 834 9232 or visit www.manchesterbuddhistcentre.org.uk for more info.
A friendly and supportive group for gay Christians. Their website has a contacts page for enquiries and a page for current events: www.manchestergaychristians.org.
Describing themselves as “an eclectic mix of long-term progressive Jews, those who have moved to us from the orthodox, those in mixed-faith relationships, couples in same sex partnerships, friends and other interested people.” Contact them via www.mljc.org.uk.
A Christ-centred congregation which celebrates, affirms, and reaches beyond the LGBT communities of Manchester and North West England. Positively supports LGBT asylum seekers. Meets every Sunday 4.30pm at Wilbraham St Ninian’s URC, Egerton Rd South, Chorlton, M21 0XJ. Call 0161 881 6050 (Andy Braunston) or visit www.metropolitanchurch.org.uk
The local Friends Meeting House is at 6 Mount St., Manchester, M2 5NS. For service times phone 0161-834 5797. Also visit www.qlgf.org.uk.
Gay & lesbian Catholic group for support and socials. Join their Facebook group Quest North West https://www.facebook.com/groups/447095828753439/ or e-mail email@example.com. Helpline on 0808 808 0234 – request a call back if no answer.