This is the Church of England’s latest attempt at looking at identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage. This process started in 2017.
Information on LLF can be found on the Church of England’s website at https://www.churchofengland.org/resources/living-love-and-faith
There are a group of nine bishops in charge of this process, called the Next Steps Group. Information on this group can be found at https://www.churchofengland.org/resources/living-love-and-faith/living-love-and-faith-next-steps
You can feedback to the LLF process at https://www.churchofengland.org/resources/living-love-and-faith/contact-living-love-and-faith-next-steps-group
Or you can write to the Next Steps Group bishops personally. As they are bishops in the Church of England, each has a publicly available email address. These are given below.
Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally (chair) firstname.lastname@example.org
Bishop of Fulham, Jonathan Baker email@example.com
Bishop of Grantham, Nicholas Chamberlain firstname.lastname@example.org
Bishop of Maidstone, Rod Thomas email@example.com
Bishop of Ripon, Helen-Ann Hartley Bishop.Helenann@leeds.anglican.org
Bishop of Sherborne, Karen Gorham firstname.lastname@example.org
Bishop of Truro, Philip Mounstephen email@example.com
Bishop of Warrington, Beverley Mason PAWarrington@liverpool.anglican.org
Bishop of Bradwell, John Perumbalath firstname.lastname@example.org
Every diocese has an LLF advocate, or even several advocates. They will run LLF courses and encourage participation. If you want to know anything about how LLF is working in your diocese, then you can contact the advocate. The list of advocates can be found at https://lgbtqfaithuk.com/llf-advocates/