Resources Concerning Spirituality, Religion, Faith Communities, Leader Resources, et al.

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Balancing on the Mechitza: Transgender in Jewish Community, edited by Noach Dzmura. North Atlantic Books, 2010.
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Based at the Pacific School of Religion, they host various events for Christian clergy and people of faith, and their website has a variety of downloadable PDFs for creating community, and to spur conversation.
Courage to Love: Liturgies for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community, by Geoffrey Duncan. Pilgrim Press, 2002.
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Hermaphrodeities: The Transgender Spirituality Workbook, by Raven Kaldera. Asphodel Press, 2010.
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A resource of the National LGBTQ Task Force, they help Christian and Jewish people find welcoming congregations or seminary programs, offer trainings and events, and have a variety of downloadable resources.
This site features an amazing collection of reordered oral histories from faith leaders across the spectrum of spiritual experience, and aims to record LGBT faith and spirituality history.
Omnigender: A Trans-Religious Approach, by Virginia Ramey Mollenkott. Pilgrim Press, 2001.
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News, information, activism, and tools for creating trans day of remembrance events, for people across the spectrum of spirituality and faith.
Trans-gendered: Theology, Ministry, and Communities of Faith, by Justin E. Tanis. Pilgrim Press, 2003.
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This open-source project, though academic in nature, is accessible and has information on trans and gender nonconforming experience across faith and spirituality perspectives across history, from atheism and Christianity to Hinduism and Wicca and beyond.
Rituals, liturgy, essays, and resources for and about trans and gender expansive experience in Judaism.