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The CEO of the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement is "delighted that love and justice have won the day" in the latest vote on equal marriage.
Advocates of equal marriage, including Christians, have welcomed the PM's commitment to allow religious bodies to conduct same-sex ceremonies.
There can be no place at all for homophobia in the church, the Archbishop of Canterbury elect, the Rt Rev Justin Welby, has said in his first major statement.
Ekklesia's Simon Barrow will be the keynote speaker at LGCM's annual meeting in London on Saturday 27 October. His theme will be 'Redeeming Christianity from the Margins'.
Lesbian and Gay Christians have questioned the Equality and Human Rights Commission on changing its approach to equalities and belief.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement has expressed concern about legal advice being offered to the Church of England regarding gay bishops.
LGCM and other groups are calling for openness, transparency and integrity in the appointment of bishops within the Church of England.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement has welcomed the Church of Scotland's "move towards the acceptance of ministers in same sex relationships".
LGCM has called on all people of good will, including UK Christians, to oppose the "deeply flawed, inhumane and unjust" Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement (LGCM) has warmly welcomed the verdict in a discrimination case involving two Christian hoteliers.
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