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Church groups join plaintiffs' side of same-sex marriage debate

Published March 4, 2014 5:20 pm
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A coalition of religous groups filed an amicus brief Tuesday in support of legalizing same-sex marriage in Utah and Oklahoma. Signatories are:

Episcopal Diocese of Utah

The Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah

Mormons for Equality

Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association

Reconstructionist Rabbinical College

Union for Reform Judaism

Unitarian Universalist Association

United Church of Christ


Convenant Network of Presbyterians

Friends for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Concerns

Methodist Federation for Socialaction

More Light Presbyterians

Presbyterian Welcome

Reconciling Ministries Network

Reconciling Works

Lutherans for Full Participation

Religious Institute Inc.

All Souls Unitarian Church of Tulsa

Cathedral of Hope of Oklahoma City

Church of the Open Arms of Oklahoma City

Church of the Restoration of Tulsa

Congregation Kolami of Salt Lake City

Epworth United Methodist Church of Oklahoma City

Fellowship Congregational United Church of Christ of Tulsa

First Unitarian Church of Oklahoma City

Mayflower Congregational United Church of Christ of Oklahoma City

Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church of Salt Lake City

St. Stephen's United Methodist Church of Norman, Oklahoma

Trinity Christian Church of Edmond, Oklahoma

United Church of Norman, Oklahoma

93 individual faith leaders in Oklahoma and Utah

— Brooke Adams




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