2 Episcopal Dioceses Announce Openly Gay Ministers as Nominees for Bishop
Two openly gay ministers have been nominated to assist the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles as suffragan bishops, setting up another test case for The Episcopal Church, whose actions in recent years have strained relations within the wider Anglican Communion.
One day after the search committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota announced an actively gay minister as one of three nominees for bishop, the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles revealed that two of six nominees for suffragan bishops are openly gay, including one who has been with her ‚Äúlife partner‚ÄĚ since 1988.
"I give thanks for the hard work of the Search and Nominating Committee whose members will work up to and through the election to shepherd the candidates and assist the Diocese in making its choices,‚ÄĚ stated the Rt. Rev. J. Jon Bruno, diocesan bishop of the L.A. Episcopal Diocese, following Sunday‚Äôs announcement of...
Tennesee Wise, thanks for the compliment. We always welcome visitors, ah, sounds like he's going to come when our main pastor is on vacation! But, we have in church and visiting pastors giving the sermons during the month of August, sometime even one from the Kansas City area.
Jim you are always citing you pastors sermons so I thought I would listen to a couple. You are blessed to be under such sound teaching. Although my pastor's no slouch. Anyway I am affliated with ConAgra Foods and a coworker of mine just moved into the area and he's looking for a biblically sound church. I told him yours was the ticket. So be looking for a family to visit soon from the KC area. I knew this site would lead to God's providence showing through.
The least one can expect for conservative Episcopalians is to break off from the American Church, which they should have been doing in droves already. [URL=http://www.biblebb.com/files/spurgeon/dg01.htm]]]The Down Grade[/URL]. Any Christians left in that organization should be looking around for a Bible-believing church.