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Walnut Creek Church Welcomes Its Gay Members But Won't Be Ordaining Them Anytime Soon
Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church Protests Ordaining of Gays and Lesbians | Walnut Creek, CA Patch
This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. May 10 decision to allow gay and lesbian members to be ordained as ministers, deacons and elders. In his email, he states, "I am grateful that after decades of debate, this matter has once and for all led to the type of clarity that will allow us to make a decision in support of the theology we believe. The denomination's endorsement of 'Amendment A' is by no means good news.
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Most new restaurant owners suffer a case of nerves before the grand opening, wondering how many customers will show up. Brent Allen already had a line out the door - more than people camped overnight in a parking lot in Walnut Creek for his chicken sandwiches - so he just had to wonder how many protesters would show up Thursday. Allen, the owner-operator of the first Chick-fil-A in the central Bay Area, was greeted by about a dozen sidewalk protesters who were angered by the fast-food chain CEO's opposition to same-sex marriage. I'm here to treat and serve everyone with dignity and respect. On the sidewalk, members of Concord's Rainbow Community Center , who organized the protest, agreed their intended target was neither Allen nor his employees.
A five-year member, the Pleasant Hill mother of two sons especially loves the children's programs and sense of community she has found. It's not likely she is going to change churches, even if she disagrees with her church leaders' opposition to a recent decision by the national Presbyterian Church USA to allow gays and lesbians to be ordained as pastors, deacons and other church leaders. Gomez was one of the few members at a special congregation gathering held Sunday to ask questions or state a view on the issue.