Rev.Ceejay Agbayani Contact Information

Rev.Ceejay Agbayani Contact Information

Rev.Ceejay Agbayani
Founding Pastor

Ang Ladlad Partylist
Quezon City Pride Council
Proj8 LGBT Association
Amnesty International
Global Interfaith Network

Contact Information
Mobile Number: +639152904310
Email Address:

“In Christ Jesus, I remain.”

Wedding of Rein and james

Wedding of Rein and james

Last April 15, 2014, Rein Fabella and james Woodford tie the knot officiated by Rev.Ceejay Agbayani of the LGBTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH INC. at the UP Diliman’s Bonzai Garden in Quezon City.

Rein Fabella is a transgender Filipina and James Woodford is US citizen straight man. Indeed, love has no gender.

Same Sex Weddings in the Philippines is a private ceremony for two consenting adult. It is not legal because there is no Marriage Equality Law yet in the country. It is not illegal because it is a church wedding rite ceremony under the religious society of the LGBTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH INC.

For more details about it, feel free to text or call 09152904310 or email us at

LGBTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH INC. is located at 4 AUDITING ST., GSIS Village, Proj 8 Quezon City. Our Senior Pastor is Rev.Ceejay Agbayani.

#MarriageEqualityPhilippines #LovelovelovePH

Same Sex Marriage or Same Sex Weddings in the Philippines

Same Sex Marriage or Same Sex Weddings in the Philippines

Same Sex Marriage or Same Sex Wedding in the Philippines is two different thing but have same goal.

Marriage has legal entity while wedding is a church rite conducted by the LGBTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH INC.

The Rite of Holy Union or Commitment Ceremony or Wedding is a church ritual for two consenting adults. Man to Man, Female to Female, Transgender Woman and Man, Transgender Man and Woman. Love has no gender. It is a Union of Two Souls.

For more information about it, please text or call 09152904310 or email us or

LGBTS Bonding Retreat 2014 in Puerto Galera

LGBTS Bonding Retreat 2014 in Puerto Galera

Last March 29 to 30, 2014, the LGBTS Christian Church Inc. organized the 1st Annual Retreat in Puerto Galera will 10 LGBT and Intersex participating the historical event.

The Sacrament of Baptism in immersion ritual was presided by Rev.Ceejay, Rev.Kenneth and Pastor Macmac at the beach infront of our retreat place early morning on Sunday March 30, 2014.

Rev.Kenneth was our Retreat Master.

Small Luk from Hongkong shared her activism on Intersex rights and causes after the Dinner Fellowship on Saturday night.

We left the place, renewing our commitment to bring Good news to all people in the Philippines and in Asia. The Best Is Yet To Come.

To God Be All The Glory!

Interested to be a member, text or call 09152904310

Ptr Macmac Sangcap was Commission To Officiate Weddings for Same Sex Couples

Ptr Macmac Sangcap was Commission To Officiate Weddings for Same Sex Couples

On March 23, 2014, Ptr.Macmac Sangcap was commissioned To Officiate Weddings by Rev.Ceejay Agbayani, the Founding Pastor of the LGBTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH INC., with some other clergy from different denomination, Ptr. Leo, Ptr Omeng and Rev.Kenneth.

The ceremony was done at the House church in Proj8, Quezon City during the public Sunday Worship Service of the said church.

Ptr Macmac Sanchez is a native from Pampanga.

To know about him and his contact number, please email us at or visit us every Sunday at 4 Auditing St., GSIS Village, Proj 8 QC.

Global Interfaith Network Condemns Anti-Gay Laws in Nigeria and Uganda.



On 7 January 2014, Nigerian President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan signed an extraordinarilyrepressive bill into law: the Same-Sex Marriage (Prohibition) Bill criminalises Lesbians andGays in Nigeria. The law also criminalises anyone who advocates for human rights forLGBTI people.


After months of delay, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, signed the Anti HomosexualityBill in to law on 24 February 2014; the law makes some homosexual acts, namely“aggravated homosexuality” punishable by life in prison.


The new laws in both Nigeria and Uganda, which add to previously existing legislation,mandates years in jail for people in same-sex relationships. According to existing laws,consensual same-sex activity is punishable by the death penalty in Northern Nigeria.


The new law has unleashed a wave of anti-lgbt violence across Nigeria and Uganda; manypeople have lost their homes, their jobs and live in fear of their lives. There have been reportsof mass-arrests and on Sunday 9 February, the New York Times reported that a court inNigeria’s Bauchi State publicly whipped a man after being convicting him of havingconsensual sex with another man.


Naome Ruzindana, a Ugandan human rights defender now based in Sweden but still verymuch involved in the struggle, commented, “Museveni’s statements are contradictory, oncehe said Uganda does not have gay persons, another time, he said the only problem isexhibition of sexuality is not in the African tradition which meant he acknowledged theirexistence but his problem was their action in public.”


On 30th January, a video of two gay men forced to perform sex acts with each other in publicin Nigeria went viral. The video shows a mob of people jeering and abusing the victims asthey were forced to perform in a way that was both degrading and humiliating.


“Shocking… many Nigerians are still ignorant of the full implications of the antigay law andextent to which it criminalizes everyone for everything” says Dorothy AkenOva,spokesperson for the ‘Coalition for the Defense of Sexual Rights’ Nigeria. She continues,”Our success to repeal this law or render it redundant lies in building alliances and masseducation on the content of the bill”.


On 24 February, Uganda’s Red Pepper Newspaper published the names and photographs of200 people known to be gay or lesbian and incited further violence and arrest under the newlaw.


“It is totally sickening,” said Ugandan refugee Stosh Nate Jovan.


Not only does the law violate Nigeria and Uganda’s own constitutionally-guaranteed right tofreedom of assembly, it also contravenes many of the international treaties ratified by bothcountries. UN Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay had this to say about the law:“


Rarely have I seen a piece of legislation that in so few paragraphs directly violates so manybasic, universal human rights.” She added, “Rights to privacy and non-discrimination, rightsto freedom of expression, association and assembly, rights to freedom from arbitrary arrestand detention: this law undermines all of them.”


The Global Interfaith Network strongly condemns the undemocratic and discriminatory lawsand calls on Nigeria and Uganda to meet their obligations under international human rightslaw. We believe that under no circumstances can religious belief sanction or allow thealienation and violence which these bills are already inciting against people simply on thegrounds of their sexual orientation.


GLOBAL INTERFAITH NETWORK  urges the Nigerian and Ugandan government to:


• Ensure that the human rights of LGBTI individuals and human rightsdefenders are not violated.

• To reject and repeal discriminatory laws and eliminate all existing legislationthat discriminates based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.

• To take measure to recognise the health, safety and rights of all minorities.




Global Interfaith Network

We envision a just world in which the dignity, faith, spirituality and human rights ofpersons of all sexes, sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions arehonoured, supported, and protected.

LGBTSCC Commissioning “To Officiate Weddings” Ceremony Rite of Ptr. Macmac Sangcap on March 23, 2014

LGBTSCC Commissioning To Wed Ceremony Rite of Ptr. Macmac on March 23, 2014

On March 23, 2014, the LGBTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH INC will commission “To Officiate Weddings” our Associate Pastor Macario S. Sangcap during the Sunday Worship Service on March 23, 2014 at the House church in Proj 8 Quezon City.

Rev.Ceejay Agbayani, the Founding Pastor shall lead the commissioning ceremony rite with the presence of friends from different protestant denominations in the Philippines.

You are all invited to attend.

A simple fellowship dinner with follow after the service.

We are located at 4 Auditing St., GSIS Village, Proj 8 Quezon City, Philippines. Our mobile number is 09152904310

Free Mass Same Sex Wedding on June 21, 2014 in Quezon City, Philippines

Free Mass Same Sex Wedding on June 21, 2014 in Quezon City, Philippines


FREE MASS SAME SEX WEDDING on June 21, 2014 in Quezon City, Philippines (Venue to be announced)

Interested LGBT Couples, please feel free to contact Rev.Ceejay Agbayani at 09152904310 or email him at or thu

May 31, 2014 is the final regsitration. Only top 50 couples are allowed to participate.

All couples must undergo Wedding Counselling con Orientation.


Vision and Mission of the LGBTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH INC.

Vision and Mission of the LGBTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH INC.

VISION We envision a Church that is Christ- Centered affirming all regardless of sexes, sexual orientations, gender identities & expressions, promoting advocacies and endeavors toward equality and acceptance.

MISSION We are committed to bring the Good News to all people through servitude, social movement, and by providing a safe space for worship, fellowship, and spiritual maturity.

An Invitation for the 1st LGBTS and Friends Bonding Retreat in Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro March 29-30, 2014

The 1st LGBTS and Friends Bonding Retreat in Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro March 29-30, 2014

We are inviting you all, to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Straight friends, allies and supporters for our 1st LGBTS and Friends Bonding Retreat 2014 in Puerto Galera on March 29-30.

Target Budget for fare, food, and accommodation is between 2,500 to 3,000.

Meeting Place and Time on March 29, 2014, Saturday Madaling araw 2:00 AM: Jam Liner Terminal in Kamuning, QC near Lutheran Church in Edsa.

For more info txt or call 09152904310. Look for Rev.Ceejay Agbayani

Herewith is the online Registration.


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