Head of Southeast Michigan Episcopal Church backs same-sex marriage
The head of the Episcopal Church in southeastern Michigan announced today that he strongly supports same-sex marriage, indicating to 70 churches that marrying people of the same in gender is line with their denomination's beliefs.
But the Rt. Rev. Wendell Gibbs stopped short of saying gay marriages could be performed immediately in local churches because the Episcopal Church technically still doesn't formally approve of them, and they are illegal under Michigan law.
Noting that public opinion is shifting rapidly on the issue, Gibbs, the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan, said that... read more
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