Presbyterians for Lesbian and Gay Concerns

Presbyterians for Lesbian & Gay Concerns (PLGC) was originally formed as the Presbyterian Gay Caucus, after the 1974 General Assembly. Its main focus has been to lobby the General Assembly to change its restrictive ordination policy. In 1979, they changed their name to Presbyterians for Gay Concerns in order to handle their increasing numbers of non-gay members. In 1980, they became the Presbyterians for Lesbian and Gay Concerns. As of mid-1998, they had 20 active chapters.

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