Religion:

  • MCC Blue Ridge or MCC Blue Ridge on Facebook, 806 Jamison Ave SE,Roanoke - Welcome to a beloved community of people dedicated to living in the fullness of who God created us to be! This is a glimpse into our life together and we look forward to sharing ministry with you!
  • MCC Ricmond 2501 Park Ave, Richmond,VA 23220 - MCC Richmond is a Christian church that began in 1978 to serve the spiritual needs of Virginia's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. Because we believe God made us and loves us as we are, we embrace all who want to hear the message of God's all encompassing love.
  • Unitarian Universalist Church, 2015 Grandin Rd SW, Roanoke - The Unitarian Universalist Church of Roanoke has been a center of progressive faith in the Roanoke Valley for over 50 years.  We are a congregation that believes church can be thoughtful, creative, fun, and even irreverent at times.  Most of all the members of this church strive to practice their faith by being a force for good in this world.
  • Christ Episcopal Church, 1101 Franklin St SW, Roanoke, VA 24016 - Christ Church seeks to be a welcoming, inclusive, and theologically open community.  Our members come from as close as Old Southwest, the economically and racially mixed neighborhood in which the church has stood since 1917, and as far away as the rural counties surrounding the valley. 
  • St John's Episcopal Church, 1 Mountain Ave SW, Roanoke,VA 24016 - As the flagship parish of the Diocese, St. John’s sings praises to the Lord through renowned music, mission and outreach that extend from Roanoke to Ghana, Africa, and educational programs that engage people of every age. St. John’s moves into the future as a community in which the Gospel is preached, the Sacraments are administered, and the love of God in Christ is shared with all who enter.
  • Unity of Roanoke Valley or on Facebook, 3300 Greenridge Rd, Roanoke, VA 24019 - Unity is a positive, practical, progressive approach to Christianity based on the teachings of Jesus and the power of prayer. Unity honors the universal truths in all religions and respects each individual’s right to choose a spiritual path. 
  • Greene Memorial UMC, 402 2nd St SW, Roanoke, VA 24011 - The heart of Christian ministry is Christ’s ministry of outreaching love. All Christians are called to minister wherever Christ would have them serve and witness in deeds and words that heal and free. In short, the mission of the United Methodist Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ.
  • Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Blacksburg, VA - Unitarian Universalism descends from two movements that developed in the 18th and 19th centuries: Unitarianism, which affirmed the unity of God (as opposed to the trinity) and emphasized reason as a test for theological truth;and Universalism, which proclaimed universal salvation for all people.  By the mid 1900s, these groups had evolved to share a common philosophy of religious tolerance and ethical responsibility. In 1961, they united as the Unitarian Universalist Association.
  • First Unitarian Church of Lynchburg, Monument Terrace Steps at 313 9th St, Lynchburg - We shall strive to be a progressive and welcoming liberal religious community that affirms the worth and dignity of each human being, and the authority of conscience and reason in each person's search for truth and meaning. In this spirit, we shall strive to cultivate tolerance and compassion in ourselves and others, and to promote social justice and equality in the wider community.
  • Glade United Church of Christ, 1600 Glade Rd, Blacksburg, VA 24060 - Glade Church is dually aligned with the United Church of Christ and the Alliance of Baptists. The United Church of Christ is a community of faith seeking to respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed. The UCC, one of the most diverse Christian Churches in the United States, is a denomination committed to being "united and uniting." The UCC's motto is Jesus' prayer for the unity of the Church: "that they may all be one." The Alliance of Baptists is "an alliance of individuals and churches dedicated to the preservation of historic Baptist principles, freedoms, and traditions and to the expression of our ministry through cooperative relationships with other Baptist bodies and the larger faith community."
  • Gay Spirituality - Gay Spirituality is pioneering new ground in gay culture, politics, and spirit at the moment when the dominant postmodern ethos of the LGBTQ rights movement is fading in favor of something new. We call that evolutionary emergent “Integral” because it is a highly complete and inclusive framework for meaning. Our mission: advance and advocate a New Gay Spirituality based on Integral principles in our time through education, conversation, and community building.