Scottish Episcopal Church votes to allow equal marriage

Posted Jun 8, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] The General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church has voted in favor of allowing gay couples to marry in church. The vote means that the Church’s canon law will be changed – to remove the definition that marriage is between a man and a woman. It means that gay Christians from any Anglican Church can now ask to be married in a Scottish Anglican Church.

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  1. Good for you, our Scotland brothers and sisters! You will find
    this decision brings with it some pain but many and great blessings
    and joys.

    Blessings,

  2. Edwin Thomas Hines says:

    Looks like the Anglican Communion treats the Scottish Anglican Church differently from the Episcopal Church of the U. S. Are we seeing a double standard here?

  3. William Russiello says:

    Praise be to God!

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