CarolinaCast: Affirming Queerness in the United Methodist Church

Rainbow doors are displayed outside University United Methodist Church in Chapel Hill, a congregation that has continued to welcome LGBTQ worshipers. (Chris Kammerer / Carolina Connection)


The United Methodist Church is now officially divided over doctrine regarding homosexuality and queerness. Many congregations are splitting over the inclusion of members of the LGBTQ community. 

Today on Carolina Cast, reporter Chris Kammerer talks with Carolina Connection’s William Christensen about how the controversy is affecting local congregations, and why some pastors are keeping their doors open to queer Christians.


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