Jairo Fernando González Díaz

2020 Pride OG

Celebrate Pride by committing to equality, justice, and liberation

June 3, 2020 |

Here at the start of Pride Month, we are reminded that horrific injustice still exists today and that such injustice is rooted in racism. We invite the Affirmation community to celebrate Pride this month by joining us in committing to equality, justice, and liberation.

COVID-19 Nocturno Patio de Luces by Jose Marco Lull

Affirmation community of LGBTQIA+ Mormons and allies staying connected amid pandemic

May 21, 2020 |

The need to stay connected has never been more important than it has been amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. From our chapters to the international organization, the Affirmation community is doing so much to meet this need in new ways that are likely to become a part of Affirmation for many years to come.

Evening of Affirmation: Stronger Community

Video: An Evening of Affirmation: Stronger Community

April 30, 2020 |

On May 5, 2020, Affirmation’s president, senior vice president, vice president, and director of operations hosted a live discussion about Affirmation as a nonprofit organization supporting the LGBTQIA+ Mormon community, how we’re staying connected in this time of COVID-19, and much more.

Female Girl Along Staring Out Window

Ensuring a safe and healthy community – Affirmation and COVID-19

March 17, 2020 |

In times like these, community is so important. We know that there may be many in our community feeling anxious and isolated right now. We are blessed to be living in a time where we can continue to connect with others through various technological channels and that includes connecting with the Affirmation Community.

Nathan Kitchen - Laurie Lee Hall - Fernando González Díaz

Candidate Executive Committee’s Vision for Affirmation

October 3, 2018 |

Affirmation will become the mature worldwide organization providing supportive communities that foster health, healing, and personal growth to LGBTQ with spiritual or cultural connection to the LDS Church.

Nathan Kitchen

Nathan Kitchen – Presidential Candidate Statement

August 26, 2018 |

As president of Affirmation, I want to see Affirmation flourish with a brightness of hope that will illuminate the most vulnerable in the LDS LGBTQ+ community. I want to see a robust network of supportive communities within Affirmation available for those who have made or are making their own reconciliation journey, where ever you are (or are not) on the faith spectrum.