Join LICF as we march in Sayville! The walk organizers state that “LGBTQA+ Individuals are disregarded constantly so much so that we are being taken out of the next census. We feel it is vital to have an event where we can stand in unity and proudly show our inter-sectional, interfaith, inter-generational, and diverse vibrant selves to local communities all around us. Our visibility walk is about...[Read more...]
Long Island Community Fellowship Social Justice Ministry seeks to take an active role in the value of Christian equality by informing, motivating and inspiring the LICF family to take a pro-active involvement in events and programs concerning Equality and Justice.
Long Island Community does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status or sexual orientation in any of its activities or operations.
Long Island Community Fellowship continues to grow and become more of a pivotal force in the community as it spreads its message of God’s love for all humanity, our need to build a stronger community, and our duty to fight for justice.
"Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you."
News from Social Justice
As part of our Social Justice Ministry LICF has opened up our home to this amazing group and the wonderful work they do…. Transgender Family Support Group – Beginning Friday, March 10th, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Where: The Long Island Community Fellowship 411A Lexington Ave, West Babylon NY 11704 This group is for parents, children, siblings, friends and allies who care about someone...[Read more...]
On Saturday November 19th, the LICF family will join together with the Transgender Community to say NO to violence, bigotry and hate. We unite to remember those who were lost to hate crimes in this past year by attending the [Read more...]
On Saturday November 5th at 11 AM Long Island Community Fellowship will be hosting a Prayer Breakfast for the opening of Transgender Awareness Month. The event will take place at Long Island Community Fellowship. “Dear Lord, in this day and age, we not only need support from our family and friends but also from our political leaders to protect us as individuals and as a community,...[Read more...]
LICF will participate in a Vigil remembering those killed in Orlando, Florida. Tue, July 12, 7pm – 10pm Cathedral of the Incarnation, 50 Cathedral Ave, Garden City, NY 11530, USA a service for the one month anniversary of the tragedy at Pulse in Orlando. We must never forget…..Read More →
Long Island Community Fellowship members will once again be joining the transgender community in support at this third March and Rally for Transgender Civil Rights. On Sunday June 5 at 1:00 PM (staging will be at 12:30PM at Garden City Parking Lot #11, located at the corner of Golf Club Road and 11th Street in Garden City), members of the Long Island Transgender Advocacy Coalition and their...[Read more...]
Long Island Community Fellowship is teaming up with The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc and EOC of Nassau to present. “Pulling Strength from the Inside” A “Transgender Awareness Month” celebration of Long Island’s Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming people in an assembly of prayer, reflection and fellowship to honor and affirm diverse...[Read more...]
LICF Women’s Ministry hosted their first “Be Dressed and Be Blessed By LICF” Dressing for Success was held on June 20th at a local woman’s shelter. They want to thank everyone for their donations of their slighty used but clean business attire, shoes and unopened and unused make-up. The goal was...[Read more...]
Long Island Community Fellowship joins all LGBT people and our Allies in celebrating the Landmark Supreme Court ruling! In a historic 5-4 ruling, today the Supreme Court of the United States found bans on marriage equality to be unconstitutional—and that the fundamental right to marriage is a fundamental right for...[Read more...]
On Tuesday, April 28th activists gathered in Albany for the Empire State Pride Agenda’s annual Equality and Justice Day to lobby and rally. This year, once again, the focus was on building support for the transgender non-discrimination bill. New York is one of only three states which protect people from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation but not on the basis of gender identity. In...[Read more...]