The stakes on LGBTQ+ marriage are much bigger than church politics. Will Christians be consumed with our own inner fights and technicalities, or will we be bold for God’s love? Does the church serve itself, or serve the world in Christ’s name?
Tag Archives: Marriage Equality
Marriage Equality, The Supreme Court, and The General Convention
The Supreme Court justices have set a bar. Will The Episcopal Church reach for full marriage equality? Or will we settle for some middle ground?
The General Convention, Millennials, and Marriage Equality
The decision on marriage equality will impact The Episcopal Church’s relationship to Millennials more than any discussion about structure,
Marriage Equality and the ongoing work of justice- a sermon for the 12:10p Holy Eucharist
“There is no longer Jew or Greek. There is no longer slave nor free. There is no longer male and female” today we can add to St. Paul’s list: today there is no longer “same-sex marriage” and “opposite sex marriage,” at least in the eyes of the Federal Government. Today is indeed a historic dayContinue reading “Marriage Equality and the ongoing work of justice- a sermon for the 12:10p Holy Eucharist”