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Blog Jul, 09, 2012
Halfway There

UPDATE: D002 and D019 have now passed the House of Deputies and are acts of Convention

Sunday was an historic day, as the House of Bishops voted in favor of all three of the resolutions that take up gender identity and expression.

Blog Jul, 09, 2012
Facebook Comments And Conversations This Week

Facebook Comments And Conversations This Week

News Jul, 09, 2012
We Have Faith: LGBT Clergy and People of Faith Speak Out

By Peggy Gillespie, Co-Founder, Family Diversity Projects

News Jul, 06, 2012
Blog Jul, 06, 2012
Chosen and Precious

Rev. Shari Brink offers her reflections on her recent participation at the Reformed Church in America’s General Synod

News Jul, 06, 2012
National Gathering Celebrates 40 Years Of LGBT Advocacy In The UCC

The UCC Coalition for LGBT Concerns celebrated the 40th anniversary of LGBT ministry and advocacy in the United Church of Christ and welcomed Open and Affirming (ONA) congregation #1,000--Pillar of Love Fellowship in Chicago. Administered by the Coalition, ONA is the largest and fastest-growing LGBT-welcoming-church movement in the world.  

News Jul, 05, 2012
NW Methodists Endorse Same-Sex Marriage


The United Methodist Church in the Northwest, at odds with its parent denomination, has endorsed Referendum 74 and called on voters to make Washington the nation’s seventh state to enact same-sex marriage.

News Jul, 05, 2012
General Assembly Committee Approves Marriage Equality Amendment

By More Light Presbyterians

Pittsburgh, PA: A historic moment happened last night in the Civil Union and Marriage Committee at the 220th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA). The General Assembly Committee approved a marriage equality overture.

News Jul, 02, 2012
Could Gay Marriage Debate Drive Young Christians From Church?

As the battle over gay marriage heats up in this election year, one evangelical Christian writer is calling for a truce, fearing that the outspoken opposition to gay marriage among some church leaders could alienate an entire generation of religious youth.