"Produced by a group of ecumenical Christians including, Alan Buckley, Gwen Blandford, Stuart Burgess, Peter Clark, Donald Eadie, Grev Ferry, Diego Frisch, Nigel Groom, Henrietta Janes, Sandra Howes, Julia Hulme, Sandra Jenkinson, Diarmuid MacCulloch, John McNaughton, Keith and Margaret, Elaine Pyrke, Steve Raw, Sue Spence, Rosemary Wakelin, Paul Walker, Alison Webster, and Neil Whitehouse". -- p. [iii].
"Copyright GIG Publications 1989. Prpared by Armorel Productions". -- p. [iii].
Includes bibliography ( p. 73-75).
"'Dear God I'm gay' is offered in love to the Church and with hope. The book contains a series of letters between people, as well as meditations and prayers. It provides glimpses into their struggle for identity and integrity. The theology and spirituality expressed emerges through people wanting to be faithful to God, to each other and to themselves. This book is not an official document to be presented for agreement through the Synod of the Methodist Church. It is the work of an informal ecumenical group seeking openness in the Church." -- Preface.
Contents: Preface / Donald Eadie, Chairman of the Birmingham District of the Methodist Church -- Becoming myself: seeking integrity -- Becoming myself: made in the image of God -- Coming out: at home -- Coming out: in the church -- Aids -- Meditations and Prayers -- Bibliography amd address list.