The Evangelical Alliance wrote to the prime minister on Monday, 15 March 2021 outlining how current proposals being considered by the Government on conversion therapy could pose a direct threat to religious liberty and restrict personal freedoms. The prime minister has responded, acknowledging our concerns and the Government’s commitment to allow pastoral support (including prayer) and desire not to criminalise normal non-coercive activities. The prime minister also thanked member churches for all that they have contributed during the pandemic, highlighting his recent visit to a pop-up vaccination centre at Jesus House church in Brent, north-west London. We will continue to work with the Government to honour its commitments to end harmful practices while protecting spiritual support. 

Ending conversion therapy?

Ending conversion therapy?

The Evangelical Alliance is engaging with the government amidst calls to end conversion therapy Find out more
Letter to the Prime Minister regarding calls to end conversion therapy

Letter to the Prime Minister regarding calls to end conversion therapy

Read our letter outlining our concerns regarding plans to end conversion therapy that threaten everyday Christian activities Find out more