Church of Scotland votes to allow ministers to be in same-sex marriages

The Church of Scotland’s highest law-making body has voted to allow its ministers to be in same-sex marriages.
The church’s general assembly, which opened in Edinburgh on Saturday, voted in favour of extending a law passed last
May that permits ministers to be in same-sex civil partnerships.


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