Each year the European Forum has a conference meeting, mostly (but not always) around Ascension day. Below is an overview of all conferences. From some conferences we have more information, which can be found in the menue.
2021 Online (organised by the Dutch team), 7–9 May: Strong Voices (AGM on 1 May)
2020 Online (organised by the Hungarian team), 9–11 October: Come Out Into The Light!
2019 Canterbury, United Kingdom, 26–29 June: Breaking New Ground
2018 Albano/Rome, Italy, 9–13 May: Towards Welcoming and Affirming Christian Communities
2017 Gdansk, Poland, 25–28 May: Forwards in Solidarity
2016 Göteborg, Sweden, 3–8 May: Richness in Diversity
2015 Merville, France, 22–25 May: Intercultural Contacts: Babel or Pentecost?
2014 Tallinn, Estonia, 20–25 May: Sailing with Hope
2013 Zug, Switzerland, 8–12 May: Our Vocations – Unsere Berufungen – Nos vocations
2012 Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 16–20 May: Lead Us Beyond Acceptance! – Leid ons de acceptatie voorbij!
2011 Berlin, Germany, 5–8 May: Surrounded by Friends – Von Freunden umgeben
2010 Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, 23–27 June: Rejoice and be exceeding glad!
2009 Järvenpää/Helsinki, Finland, 20–24 May: Courage to Follow the Law of Love
2008 St. Albans, United Kingdom, 30 April–4 May: Under the Rainbow – Rainbow Ecumene
2007 Strasbourg, France, 17–20 May: Overcome the Homophobia Within Our Churches / Vaincre l'homophobie dan nos Églises
2006 Riga, Latvia, 22–26 May: Family Perspectives
2005 Oslo, Norway, 25–29 June: Imagine There's a Heaven
2004 Stockholm, Sweden, 19–23 May: Paths to Openness
2003 Heemskerk/Haarlem, The Netherlands, 30 April–2 May: Living in Commitments
2002 Basel/Leuenberg, Switzerland, 9–12 May: The 20th Forum Conference: Struggle and Comtemplation
2001 Otwock/Warsaw, Poland, 1–4 May
2000 Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, 3–7 May: Lesbian and Gay Christians: Forging Dialogue with the Churches
1999 Vienna, Austria, 12–16 May: Under the Rainbow: Gay and Lesbian Culture in Europe: Consumerism and Spirituality – Realities and Visions
1998 Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 20–24 May: Solidarity, Justice and Freedom for Lesbians and Gays in Europe
1997 Tolouse, France, 8–11 May: Gays and Lesbians, Christians, Europeans – Which challenges do we see?
1996 Oslo, Norway, 16–20 May: Different European People
1995 Driebergen/Utrecht, The Netherlands, 25–28 May: Changing Church Attitudes?
1994 Pilà/Bratislava, Slovakia, 12–15 May: The Forum Goes East
1993 Höör/Malmö, Sweden, 20–24 May: Freedom Is Coming
1992 Männedorf/Zürich, Switzerland, 28–31 May: Europe—A Challenge to us All
1991 Driebergen/Utrecht, The Netherlands, 9–12 May: The Future Is Ours
1990 Strasbourg, France, 24–27 May: From the Freedom of Loving to a Christian Community
1989 Prali Ghigo/Turin, Italy, 4–7 May: Christian Theology: Lesbian & Gay Liberation
1988 Uxbridge/London, United Kingdom, 12–15 May: Not Just Gay, Not Just Christian, but Wholly Human
1987 Mauloff/Frankfurt, Germany, 7–10 May: Broaden Your Vision
1986 Oslo, Norway, 8–11 May: Gay Christians as a Human Resource
1985 Antwerp, Belgium, 7–9 June: Called Into Liberty
1984 Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2–3 June: Proud to Be Gay—and what this means to the churches
1983 Strasbourg, France, 11–12 June
1982 Paris, France, 23–24 October: Founding Meeting