Local Dayton Area Churches

Harmony Creek Church – is part of the United Church of Christ (UCC), and also affiliated with the Alliance of Baptists. A wonderful mix of seekers and people of faith from Baptist, UCC, Methodist, Catholic and other religious backgrounds. Straight and gay people, families with children, divorced people, single adults and couples, women and men, whites, blacks and Hispanics. Located at 5280 Bigger Road (between Whipp and Rahn) Kettering, OH 45440. For directions visit the Google map

Christ Episcopal Church – 20 West First Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402 (937) 223-2239. Christ Church strives to be the heart of the city. We are located in the heart of the city of downtown Dayton. We have a great heart for the people of the community. We call upon the citizens and structures of the City to open their hearts to everyone regardless of race, ethnic background, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or age.

The Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship – 8690 Yankee Street, Dayton, OH 45458-1835 (937) 436-3628. We are a Unitarian/Universalist Association certified “Welcoming Congregation.

Eternal Joy MCC, 20 West First St., Dayton. OH 45402  (937) 254-2087, is a Christian church established with a special ministry to the lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual community of Dayton.  Worships Sundays at 1pm.

Gar Drolma Buddhist Center, 1329 Creighton Avenue, Dayton Ohio 45420 (937) 252-2220. We are an open and inclusive sangha, and do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, income or sexual orientation. As such, we are a diverse group of people dedicated to transformation through the cultivation of compassion and wisdom. If you have questions about the center or what we do there, please feel free to contact us at: info@gardrolma.org .

Community Gospel Church – a full Gospel, Pentecostal, Gay affirming Christian Church t 519 Nordale Ave., in Dayton, Ohio, USA, and a member of The Alliance of Christian Churches. We believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ is for ALL people! We proudly perform gay & lesbian commitment ceremonies!

Center for Spiritual Living of Greater Dayton, at 4100 Benfield Dr. in Kettering. A member of the United Centers for Spiritual Living (formerly known as the Celebration of Life Church) and are a trans-denominational spiritual community honoring and welcoming all. Our phone number is (937) 298-1376. Available to conduct same-sex weddings.

St. Paul United Methodist Church, 101 Huffman Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45403, (937) 252-4467, A Reconciling Congregation of the United Methodist Church located in Inner-East Dayton.
The people of St. Paul decided overwhelmingly on May 21, 2006 to begin to say what it has believed and done for many years. We are practicing what the United Methodist Church preaches by opening our hearts, minds and doors to all people. We are, and will continue to reach out to persons of every race, gender, age, sexual orientation and gender identity, nationality, ethnicity, family status, economic status, physical, mental and emotional ability.
For more information and directions visit our website at www.stpauldayton.org

The Tree of Life, 1717 Salem Ave., Dayton OH 45406 Phone (937) 750-0372
Tree of Life, or TLC, is a spiritual community that explores diverse spiritual teachings in order to identify their common truths so that our individual and collective spiritual awareness can evolve. Our Mission: The Tree of Life Community (TLC) gathers to engage, support and celebrate the ongoing transformation and spiritual evolution of individuals, communities and the world.