CHANGING ATTITUDE IRELAND’S STATEMENT ON SCOTTISH EPISCOPAL CHURCH’S EXTENSION OF MARRIAGE TO SAME-SEX COUPLES

Changing Attitude Ireland welcomes the decision by the Scottish Episcopal Church, to amend their canon law to allow same-sex couples to marry in the church. The pursuit of equal recognition for same-sex couples within God’s Church is a long, slow journey. However, there are occasions along the way, when that slow, steady effort is rewarded […]

Scottish Episcopal Church Votes in Favour of Same-Sex Marriage

    Yesterday, Friday June 10th was an historic day for the Scottish Episcopal Church and indeed for the LGBT community and the Anglican Church worldwide. The Church’s Synod voted in favour of changing the marriage canon of its constitution, a highly significant step in the opening up of religious marriage ceremonies to LGBT people. More […]

Launch of ‘Guide to the Conversation on Human Sexuality in the Context of Christian Belief’

The Church of Ireland Select Committee on Human Sexuality has published the result of its three year ‘listening process’. Entitled the “Guide to the Conversation on Human Sexuality in the context of Christian Belief”  it details the long and often fraught journey that this issue has taken from the House of Bishops’ first pastoral letter on the issue of Human Sexuality, in September 2003, right up to the present day and the publication of this guide. [Continue Reading]