The Unitarian Church internationally has been around since the 1840s, and has had firmly pro-gay policies since 1970. It has its roots in Christianity and has Christian members, but also Humanist/Atheist, Jewish and Pagan members. I've been going to Cork Unitarian church for about a year, and have been made to feel very welcome as an openly gay man. One of the visiting preachers read out a passage from Alice Walker's "The Colour Purple" which was a love scene between two women, during which they talk about the nature of God! Cork Unitarian Church is on Princes Street.The services are fortnightly on Sundays, at 11. . There's one tomorrow, Sunday 13th of March.