United Methodist Church is Splitting Over Gay Marriage


After debate, The United Methodist Church announced that it plans to split over LGBTQ inclusion

United Methodist Church, the 3rd largest Christian denomination in the United States, has decided to split over the topic of allowing same-sex marriage and LGBTQ clergy. This May, traditional Methodists who oppose the idea of having LGBTQ clergy members will work to get approval for $25 million dollars for the creation of their own denomination.

Previously, Methodist ministers who authorized same-sex marriages were banned by the church without pay.

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