I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. After having been effectively down to one elected Board Member, Integrity is now beginning to move forward. We look forward to a bright future with the recent return of our President Gwen Fry from medical leave. The board is also very grateful to Kay Smith Riggle, who recruited ne w board members and held the organization together during the transition. An internal audit, which, though not required, was ordered by the board as a best practice, and we are glad to report that it was completed and found things to be fine. A copy of the internal Audit is available to all censused chapters who may email Frederick Clarkson at This email address is being protected from spambots.
Stances of Faiths on LGBTQ Issues: Episcopal Church
Stances of Faiths on LGBTQ Issues: Episcopal Church | Human Rights Campaign
One reality; two viewpoints:. More liberal Christian denominations have already largely accepted homosexuality as simply another normal, natural, and morally neutral sexual orientation. More conservative denominations have retained the historical Christian belief; they condemn all same-sex behavior, regardless of the nature of the relationship. As a logical extension of this belief, they also condemn same-sex marriages a.
Gay Maine Episcopal Bishop Unilaterally Transitions Holy Spirit to “She”
The Episcopal Church does not want "sex talk" to be taboo. In fact, the Church believes that human sexuality is a gift from God and is something that should be discussed and celebrated. At the same time, Episcopal leadership has strong and evolving views about how sexuality may be expressed.
Integrity gives thanks for the generous support of the Arcus Foundation. Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr.