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News Jan, 10, 2013
Pastor Withdraws From Obama Inaugural Ceremony Over Anti-Gay Remarks

A pastor chosen by President Obama to deliver the inaugural benediction later this month has withdrawn amid controversy over anti-gay remarks he made more than a decade ago.

Read more at NBC News.

News Jan, 10, 2013
Washington National Cathedral Will Hold Same-Sex Weddings

The Washington National Cathedral, the nation’s traditional host of prayer services for presidents and memorial services for national tragedies, announced on Wednesday that it would now also hold weddings for same-sex couples.

News Dec, 14, 2012
Make Your Voice Heard in the UCC

Are you engaged? With the election cycle over and the season of wonder and hope underway, we'd like to announce an exciting new initiative that will assist in the discernment of the future of LGBTQ/SGL* ministry in the United Church of Christ.

News Dec, 11, 2012
News Dec, 06, 2012
Mexico Moves Toward Marriage Equality

The Supreme Court of Mexico ruled in favor of marriage equality on Wednesday. This decision overturns the southern state of Oaxaca's ban on gay marriage and puts the country on track to legalize same-sex marriage before the United States.

News Dec, 03, 2012
Christians Commemorate World AIDS Day

By Alison Amyx, Senior Editor, Believe Out Loud

Christians around the world gathered this weekend to commemorate World AIDS Day. Celebrated each year on December 1, World AIDS Day is an opportunity to raise awareness about HIV, show support for people living with HIV, and honor those who have died.

News Nov, 27, 2012
Christian Leaders Conflicted on Uganda's 'Kill the Gays' Bill

Christian leaders seem to be smack dab in the middle of the debate surrounding Uganda's "Kill the Gays" bill. Scott Lively, the President of Abiding Truth Ministries, is taking a majority of the credit for the successful progress of this bil

News Nov, 15, 2012
Social Issues Not A Focus For Young Republicans

Heated discussions may be right around the corner for the GOP as they begin to clean the wounds from the early November elections. And it all has to do with social issues.

News Nov, 13, 2012
Presbyterian Church Challenges Boy Scout Policy

Takoma Park Presbyterian Church, a welcoming and affirming congregation in Maryland, joined forces last week with their local boy scout troop to host a rainbow-themed Pancake Supper.

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