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690 Gregory Lane Suite 3 Pleasant Hill, California 94523
Pleasant Hill Florist is a full service floral shop serving this area for over 30 years. Let our talented designers create your custom floral piece for any occasion. Custom Sympathy and Wedding Designs, Gourmet Gift Baskets, Plants, & balloons.
600 Palm Drive Novato, California 94949
Connect. Grow. Serve. We are a Spiritual Community committed to authenticity and the expression of love and support for each other in living and awakened and enlightened life.
13555 Hwy 116 Guerneville, California 95446
In response to increasing public health concerns around the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made the difficult decision of closing Applewood inn until we are confident it is safe to reopen. We will update our website when we reopen.
1675 Winchester Blvd. Campbell, California 95008
Campbell United Methodist Church is an LGBTQ+ inclusive and affirming space where you are welcome, no matter where you are in your spiritual journey. We are a diverse community that comes together in celebration of our love for Jesus Christ.
21455 Birch Street Hayward, California 94541
No Matter Who You Are... No matter Where You Are On Life’s Journey... You’re Welcome Here.
4190 Front St San Diego, California 92103
Dignity/San Diego, a Chapter of DignityUSA, is a Catholic Eucharistic Community providing a safe and supportive faith community for LGBT Catholics and all who seek a healthy connection to our Catholic traditions.
125 W El Alameda Palm Springs, California 92262
We are a welcoming and progressive Episcopal Church in the city of Palm Springs and the Diocese of San Diego.
1415 NE 43rd St. Seattle, Washington 98105
Emerald City Metropolitan Community Church was founded in 1972 by and for the LGBTQQIA community.
525 E 7th St Long Beach, California 90813
St. Luke’s is an inclusive, multicultural community pursuing spiritual and social transformation.
180 Denny Way Seattle, Washington 98109
We’re called “First Church” because we are Seattle’s first congregation, established in 1853. We cherish our place in Seattle’s past, present, and future.
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