The United Churches of Langley appreciates a willingness to learn and to welcome the Queer community more fully!  Here are some resources you can visit to learn more about the Queer community.

Gender, Identity & Queerness

Elisabeth is a practicum student joining us this semester. They will be blogging about your questions about gender and sexuality!

Love Intersections films

This engaging series of 6 short videos gives an inside picture of some of the struggles Queer people face in our society. ...Watch More

Genderbread Person
What's the difference between sex, gender and sexual orientation? This graphic explains.

The Genderbread Person

Pride Flags
There are lots of flags for the many different identities.  Here’s a guide!


Guide to Every Queer Pride Flag
Queer Terminology
from A to Q - a resource from QMUNITY

All those new words! Here are many of them - if your new queer friend uses one, you can make a note to look it up here later!


Guide to Queer Terminology
What the Bible Says
For those who are interested in a Biblical perspective on queer acceptance, there are some resources we recommend.



Resources on the Bible and Queer Acceptance
Questions to avoid

Every minority community has questions that are often asked. In the Queer community, the questions to avoid asking are: who are you sleeping with? (this can be an unintentional effect of asking “are you partners?”) and, what is in your pants? (this can be couched in questions such as “are you a man or a woman?”). It’s okay to ask anyone what their pronouns are! It’s also okay, if you overhear these questions being asked, to jump in and remind those asking that this is not a polite question.

For more information on why these types of questions are a problem, click below

On Tolerance and Safety