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03/19/2013

United these Methodists stand until our divisive bans (inevitably) fall

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2013-03-19 At 10.12.56 AmIt's always good to see a church taking a stand like this. Even better when it's below the Mason-Dixon line:

A United Methodist Church in North Carolina is taking a dramatic stand on the issue of marriage equality by announcing the immediate cessation of all its marriage-related services until the right to marry is granted to all couples, including ones of the same sex.
KEEP READING: North Carolina Church Refuses to Perform Straight Marriages ‘Until This Right Is Granted to Same-Sex Couples’ [Gawker]

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