Archived Newsletters

Note that Newsletters are published daily during the quadrennial conferences. See the General Conference pages for these.

All issues are PDF unless otherwise noted. The free Adobe Acrobat® Reader must be installed on your computer to read PDF files.

June, 2010 (375k)

December, 2009 (429k)

Spring, 2009 (401k)

Winter, 2008 (563k)

July, 2008 (4m)

April, 2008 (108k)

December 2007 (155K)
Contents include: "Judicial Council Witness," "Farewell to Ken Rowe," "Press Statement" (presented during the San Francisco Judicial Council Open Air Witness at Justin Herman Plaza), "It's Not Easy," "OUT Awards To Be Inaugurated," "GC 2008 Delegates Need to Hear Your Story!," "Where Is my Affirmation Newsletter?," "Frequent Flyer Miles Piling Up?," "Where There's a Will," "Report from the Treasurer," and "Affirmation Vision."

February 2006 (140K)

December 2005 (175K)

September 2005 (235K)

June 2005 (300K)

March 2005 (150K)

 

December 2004 (215K)

Summer 2004 (PDF 85K)
Also available in large type, plain text RTF (55K)

Spring 2004 (120K)

Winter 2004 (224K)

Spring 2003 (295K).

Winter 2003 (120K).

Fall 2003 (469K).

Summer 2003 (160K).

 

Newsletters, 2011-2012

Affirmation Newsletters, 2011-2012

Previous, archived issues

The Affirmation newsletter is published three times a year. Only Affirmation’s elected spokespersons may represent the official positions of this organization. Opinions here, signed or unsigned, are those of the writers, and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Affirmation.

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Co-Editors: Gary Shephard and Judy WestLee
© 2012 Affirmation: United Methodists for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns;
PO Box 1021 Evanston, IL 60204-1021
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Mission Statement

As an independent voice of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer people, Affirmation  radically reclaims the compassionate and transforming gospel of Jesus Christ by relentlessly pursuing full inclusion in the Church as we journey with the Spirit in creating God’s beloved community.
Adopted January 2005

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