- Believe Out Loud
- Cathedral of Hope
- Covenant Network of Presbyterians
- Dallas Universal Life Church, Inc.
- Equally Blessed Coalition
- Gay & Lesbian Vaishnava Association, Mumbai
- Metropolitan Community Churches
- Metropolitcan Community Church of New York
- More Light Presbyterians
- Muslims for Progressive Values
- New Ways Ministry
- Other Sheep
- Reconciling Ministries Network
- ReconcilingWorks: Lutherans for Full Participation
- The Crossing Campus Ministry
- The Naming Project
- United Church of Christ
Want you involve your place of worship or faith organization in Spirit Day? Here's how to do it.
- Ask your church, synagogue, mosque, worship center, or meeting space to wear purple on Thursday, October 16th
- Turn your website purple
- Make your Twitter and Facebook profile pics purple!
- Endorse Spirit Day, and share your plans with us!
- Deck your worship space out in purple for the week – Banners!
- Invite everyone to wear purple and snap a photo
- Encourage a message about anti-bullying
- Plan worship themed about anti-bullying
- Sing songs reflecting Spirit Day. Suggestions are below
- Ask your youth group to look at anti-bullying resources:
- Show the film, Hineini : Coming Out in a Jewish High School
- Educate the adults about what high school is like for LGBT youth
- Share Accompaniment: A Resource for Youth Leaders with the adult leaders in your faith community
- Encourage congregation members to wear purple on October 17th and at a worship service before to October 17th. Take a photo!
- Announce Spirit Day on your congregation’s marquis or exterior sign
- Invite congregation members to take the Spirit Day Pledge. Use your congregational newsletter, or set up lap top computers after worship for people to go to GLAAD’s Spirit Day Page
- Change your congregational web site purple
- Take steps to make your congregation actively welcoming of LGBT people. Kulanu: A New Guide for Congregations has wonderful suggestions
- Bring your place of worship to visit with school officials and government leaders to offer support for safe schools
- Write an opinion piece/letter to the editor, explaining why you and your place of worship are participating in Spirit Day
- Catholics: Visit Catholics for #SpiritDay
- All Saints Episcopal changed their church sign
- The Unitarian Universalist Church in Waterville, Maine, showed "It Gets Better" clips and read "What Was I Afraid Of" by Dr. Seuss.
- The United Church of Christ turned its logo purple