An overview of all past conferences up to 2021, with their dates, location and motto
2021 Online (organised by the Netherlands), 7–9 May: Strong Voices
2020 Online (organised by Hungary), 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