How Uganda Became an Anglican Haven - TIME: "Wearing a slightly ill-suited, printed Ugandan shirt, Bishop Guernsey earnestly calls Uganda his 'spiritual home.' Guernsey is the most recent in a series of American bishops pledging allegiance to African churches that have strong anti-homosexuality stances. In September alone, Americans William Atwood and William Murdoch were also consecrated by an African church, the Anglican Church of Kenya. Anglicans worldwide have been divided since the U.S. Episcopal Church, the Anglican Church's American branch, consecrated Gene Robinson as Anglicanism's first openly gay bishop four years ago."
Local News | Associate pastor at Seattle Methodist church announces she's gay | Seattle Times Newspaper: "The associate pastor of a Methodist church in Seattle's Beacon Hill neighborhood has told her congregation she is gay and has known since childhood. The Rev. Kathleen Weber has served at Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church for four years. She made the announcement today, and many in her congregation surrounded her with a prayer of support. The United Methodist Church prohibits 'self-avowed practicing homosexuals' from being ordained or appointed to serve in the United Methodist Church."