The Scottish Episcopal Church has voted in favour of same-sex weddings

The Scottish Episcopal Church has become the first mainstream branch of Christianity in the UK to allow same-sex weddings.
In a vote on June the 8th at its General Synod, all three houses of the meeting – the bishops, clergy and laity – came out in favour.
The decision was overwhelming, with at least two-thirds of all groups voting for same-sex weddings.
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