LGBTQ Spirituality

A poster entitled "Queer Spirituality Discussion"

The Office of Spiritual and Religious Life works with partners on and off campus to advance Emory's diversity, equity and inclusion goals and commitments with respect to sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. We offer occasional programs in collaboration with Emory's Office of LGBT Life and others to support the queer community and those interested in LGBTQ studies, community, and activism. One annual collaboration is a vigil in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance. Some of recent offerings are listed below, and those interested may also contact

The Reverend Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe Keeping the Faith Award

This award offered jointly each year by the Office of LGBT Life and OSRL honors an Emory student, faculty, staff member or organization for its work to build solidarity between the LGBTQ and spiritual communities. For more information please click here.

Fall 2020 Programs
Queer Spirituality Discussions

October 29 and November 19, 2020

All undergraduate and graduate students are invited to join the Office of LGBT Life and the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life (OSRL) for an informal community gathering and conversation about queer spirituality. Bring your experiences, thoughts, and desire for community. For login information, please contact

For questions on how to get connected to queer spirituality resources, or talk to a chaplain, please contact The Rev. Greg McGonigle at

Resources at Emory

Office of Spiritual and Religious Life
Office of LGBT Life