Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) search took us to the website of the Presbyterian Church of Mount Kisco, NY, where we found the answers to “What We Wish We Had Known,” the PCMK Blue Book. Here we present their introduction and links to their Blue Book.
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Blue Book

PCMK is a More Light Church and a member of the Covenant Network of Presbyterians, welcoming people of all sexual orientations. We seek to end the ignorance, silence and fear regarding this issue. Our mission is to educate our members and the larger community through information and outreach.

“What We Wish We Had Known”

Because of the fear and loneliness around the subject of sexual orientation, our church has produced a helpful and healing resource we call “The Blue Book.” There are no mystical meanings here, just a reference to the hard copy version, which has a plain blue cover. The complete title is, “What We Wish We Had Known — a Resource to Help End the Silence.” Its purpose is to help families and congregations heal broken relationships and affirm the differences that make us human together. It is intended for those who know very little about the subject, as well as those whose families and personal lives have been deeply affected by misunderstanding.The subject is considered in four aspects: Science, Psychology, Sociology and Theology. A complete bibliography is found at the end of the work.Browse through the online book, choosing the topics that interest you most, at least at the present time.

If you want to order hard copies of the book, simply e-mail our church through this website. The Church office is staffed Tuesday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. You may contact the church office via: email at Info@PCMK.org Telephone at 914-666-7001/8305 Fax at 914-666-7883.

Don’t forget to provide necessary information, such as how many copies, shipping address, zip code, etc. The books are produced on a not-for-profit basis, and cost $3.00 each.

If you like, let us know how you plan to use the booklet: if it’s for public education or if it will be helpful to parents or siblings or close friends who want to enlarge their understanding.

Click here to go to the book. A complete Spanish translation of The Blue Book (“El Libro Azul”) is also available in its entirety as an Internet resource.

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The Adobe Acrobat reader program is required to view the Blue Book. You can download the Adobe reader, free of charge, by clicking here.