I know, #UMCGC has decided not to decide anything about sexuality for the remainder of this session. We’ll all be here whenever the special commission reports.
In the meantime, is it too late for a civil rights move? I don’t know why it just struck me today, but can we at least affirm the civil right to same sex marriage in the United States?
It doesn’t mean we have to perform said ceremonies. But we do, and have for more than 40 years, affirmed that all persons, regardless of orientation (or anything else) are “of sacred worth.”
One of you is probably pretty good at writing up such a resolution. Maybe we still have time.