Methodists disagree about whether the church should change its stance and the meeting in St. Louis was an attempt to settle the matter and find a way for the church to move forward together.. Instead, the vote against LGBT clergy and marriage equality may be splitting the United Methodist Church and many congregations. Host Philip blue owl Hooser welcomes a panel of Methodist pastors and congregants to talk about this historic vote, where it comes from historically, and what it means for Methodists and other churches and their relationship to the LGBTQ community. The panel includes activist and pastor Tex Sample, the Reverand Steve Jones, Tim Braselton, Steven DeWilde, and Elizabeth Andersen.

ON The Tenth Voice (LGBT) | March 2, 2019 | 1:00 pm

Methodists to Their Madness

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Methodists disagree about whether the church should change its stance and the meeting in St. Louis was an attempt to settle the matter and find a way for the church to move forward together.. Instead, the vote against LGBT clergy and marriage equality may be splitting the United Methodist Church and many congregations. Host Philip blue owl Hooser welcomes a panel of Methodist pastors and congregants to talk about this historic vote, where it comes from historically, and what it means for Methodists and other churches and their relationship to the LGBTQ community. The panel includes activist and pastor Tex Sample, the Reverand Steve Jones, Tim Braselton, Steven DeWilde, and Elizabeth Andersen.

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