May 17 marks the first anniversary of Massachusetts offering equal marriage benefits to same-sex couples. For those of us who believe in those rights, and the more than 5,000 same-sex couples that have been married, it is a moment for reflection and celebration. Our joy, however, is mixed with a sense of loss, because 14 states have since passed measures banning legal recognition of same-sex relationships.
GAY AND CHRISTIAN - SoulForce Equality Ride Forum [PDF]
Signs of Love, Prophets of Hope: A Homily for the Celebration of a Same-Sex Union in a Liturgy of Holy Communion
The following sermon was offered by Jay Emerson Johnson in 1995 at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Berkeley, California, in a liturgy of Holy Union for two women.At that time, ...
Faithful Evolution: The Dynamic Character of Christian Theology in Anglican Traditions [PDF]
A Failure to Communicate? Bible-Talk Among Anglican Christian [PDF]
Rumors are beginning to circulate that the Episcopal Church in
the U.S. might no longer be considered "Anglican" after all. The
Archbishop of Canterbury's Lambeth Commission on ...