LGBT+ leaders have called for a visit to Sheffield by an American evangelist to be cancelled claiming he promotes homophobic views.
Franklin Graham is due to appear at Sheffield Arena in June as part of an eight-city tour of the UK, which is not open to the public.
Mr Graham, the son of the late preacher Billy Graham, has said he believes gay marriage is a "sin".
Sheffield City Trust, which runs the venue, does "not endorse the views".
Mr Graham said: "I'm not coming to Sheffield to preach against anyone, I'm coming to tell everyone about a God who loves them.
"The Gospel's life-saving truth and power applies to everyone in this great city."
The protest letter said: "Franklin Graham has repeatedly publicly promoted his homophobic beliefs."
Sent to the Sheffield City Trust, it was signed by 22 representatives of the city's LGBT+ community.