Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) sung by The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus



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Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) sung by The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus during their Joy! 2018 concert at King Avenue United Methodist Church.
Words and Music by Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry, arranged by Tim Sarsany

Soloist: Sharon Udoh
Artistic Director: Dr Timothy Sarsany
Accompanist: Nathan Hamm
Editing: Jason Bockis / JB Media Design
Audio Recording: Eric French

Gaelic Alleluia sung by Illuminati (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus)



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Gaelic Alleluia sung by Illuminati (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus) during their Joy! 2018 concert at King Avenue United Methodist Church
Craig Courtney, composer

Artistic Director: Dr Timothy Sarsany
Accompanist: Nathan Hamm
Editing: Jason Bockis / JB Media Design
Audio Recording: Eric French

Ryan Meeks announces Eastlake CC’s Gay policy



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2015 01 25 Ryan Meeks announces Eastlake CC’s Gay policy. This is the last seven minutes of his message. He explains the two fundamental positions churchs’ have taken regarding being inclusive to the gay community: Type A and B. Ryan explains Eastlake has adopted the Type A position. (I’m a ‘B’.)
Eastlake’s strategy of spreading the gospel is to provide “a church for the rest of us”. That means a church for people who don’t have a church, maybe have never been to a church and perhaps would be uncomfortable being in one of traditional denominational type churches and also ‘non-denomination’ churches. Prior to being a ‘Christian’ Ryan made many non-Christian friends of all sorts. He cherishes those friends and knows from them all the reasons they avoid going to church and believing in Jesus. He and his staff have designed Eastlake to be a place non Christians of all sorts would feel comfortable attending and feeling they are a part of its community (church). There are no requirements that they adopt or believe the basic tenants of the church to be a member of the church. Membership requires 1. Humanity 2. proximity and 3 mutuality. You must be human and close enough to be hugged (proximity) and be committed to see the world healed (mutuality). A relationship with Jesus is central and foundational and the guide for healing the world. Jesus and the Bible are the undisputed core of the church. “We follow Jesus’s instructions to heal the world.” Applicants are instructed not to join the church if they aren’t willing to accept these essentials. New members don’t have to be convinced of these core beliefs but have to accept that all preaching and teaching will be based on these tenants. In this loving, accepting and respecting environment people eventually come to love and accept Jesus and his Word into their lives. All sinners including gays are welcome. An applicants signed commitment to be a member is as follows: “I am excited to join in membership with Eastlake and I commit to the following: 1. Preserve unity in love. 2. Cultivate a church for the rest of us. 3. Actively practice my faith. 4. Participate by gathering, giving and serving. Some unique things about Eastlake: They don’t pass offering plates. Visitors are encouraged not to give. They are the only church with a liquor license and throw some massive keg parties when the Seahawks have games. They do community groups on a quarterly schedule coinciding with college terms. Any vetted member can host a group of his/her own design under three catagories: Study groups, Activity Groups and Mission Groups. There’s a two week sign up period in which as many as 200 groups are seeking attendees. You can sign up for as many as you like. You don’t have to attend Eastlake to join a group. See Eastlakecc.com for their web site.

Ring Those Christmas Bells sung by The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus



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Ring Those Christmas Bells sung by The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus during their Joy! 2018 concert at King Avenue United Methodist Church
words by Gus Levene, music by Marvin Fisher, arranged by Ryan Murphy

Artistic Director: Dr Timothy Sarsany
Accompanist: Nathan Hamm
Editing: Jason Bockis / JB Media Design
Audio Recording: Eric French

Matthew Vines: “God and the Gay Christian” | Talks at Google



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Matthew Vines visits Google’s Mountain View office to discuss The Reformation Project and his book ‘God and the Gay Christian: The Biblical Case in Support of Same-Sex Relationships’. You can find Matthew’s book on Google Play here:

Matthew Vines is the founder and president of The Reformation Project, and the author of God and the Gay Christian: The Biblical Case in Support of Same-Sex Relationships. The Reformation Project runs conferences across the country for Christians who want to advance the inclusion of the LGBT community in their churches. TIME has written that Vines “represents new momentum to change the evangelical tide,” and he has been featured on CNN, NPR, MSNBC, and in The New York Times.

LIVE Phone Call to “Beat Your Gay Kids” Pastor!



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Mary Did You Know sung by Vox (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus)



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Mary Did You Know sung by Vox (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus) during their Joy! 2018 concert at King Avenue United Methodist Church

arranged by Pentatonix

Artistic Director: Dr Timothy Sarsany
Accompanist: Nathan Hamm
Editing: Jason Bockis / JB Media Design
Audio Recording: Eric French

US, African comment on gay bishop consecration



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Washington, DC – 18 October 2004
1. Wide view of National Cathedral
2. Bishop John Chane walking to podium
3. Pan from Seal of the Diocese of Washington to Chane UPSOUND: “Where does that leave Gene Robinson?”
4 SOUNDBITE: (English) Bishop John Chane, Episcopal Diocese of Washington:
“I think it leaves Gene Robinson from my point of view with the women of the Episcopal church, who likewise are not permitted to exercise their authority as bishops in the Church of England. And one of the things that I think is unique about the Anglican communion is as difficult as it is and as untidy as it is, it gives provinces the opportunity to at least make a local response, as painful as that might be. But I think those painful responses gives us the opportunity to begin the kind of intensive dialogue we have to engage in and again coming back to the report today and that statement contained now gives us the opportunity to really look at that and see how we can live within a new order of life within the communion.”

Lagos, Nigeria – 18 October 2004
5. Sign for Archbishop Finning Memorial Cathedral, one of the largest churches in Nigeria, building behind
6. Banner reading, ‘Africa comes of Age’
7. Pan of congregation listening to sermon
8. Reverend Peter Adebiyi, Archbishop of Lagos Diocese, speaking to congregation 9. Congregation listening
10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Reverend Peter Adebiyi, Archbishop of Lagos Diocese:
“Our one concern is that the gay U (gay union) is like, introducing a new religion into this part of the world and that we do not succumb or accept social religion. And so that is why the Church of Nigeria has broken relationship with Ecusa (the Episcopal church).”
11. SOUNDBITE: (English) (no name) member of congregation, Archbishop Finning Memorial Cathedral
“My understanding of what the doctrine says is that, God opposes any relationship, sexual relationship, between men. It is supposed to be between men and women.”

Soweto, South Africa – 17 October 2004
12. Church service with congregation singing inside Saint Augustin Anglican Church in Soweto
13. Minister at podium
14. Close up minister at podium
15. Communion table with clergy and alter attendants
16. Woman receiving communion
17. Members of congregation receiving communion
18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Reverend Phyllis Mgquba, Saint Augustin Anglican Church, Soweto:
“I’m not ok with the gay priest who are given the pulpit because they are not preaching the right thing to the people because they are gays.”
19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Reuben Lethabane, member of congregation at Saint Augustin Anglican Church:
“There are so many people who are for the gays and there are so many people who are not, who are against gayism, so therefore I would rather prefer not to have a gay person in the church because I personally think it will split them.”

Washington, DC – 18 October 2004
20. Exterior and close-up view of St John’s Church
21. Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane, Head of the Church of Southern Africa walking to podium
22. SOUNDBITE: (English) Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane, Head of the Church of Southern Africa:
“The report does not discuss the detailed issues of homosexuality and neither shall I, as was its mandate it invites us to engage with wider issues of shared fellowship and how we handle disagreements and divisions within the Anglican communion, that is what is at stake here”
23. Cutaways
24. SOUNDBITE: (English) Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane, head of the Church of Southern Africa:
“The recommendations of the report are a challenge to all of us, they confront us with what it means to take seriously the bonds of a faction that constitute our commitment to each other.”
25. Reporter listening

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An LGBT Church? Welcome to The Gathering | Growing Up Gay & Christian Pt. 4



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Not a lot of churches exist in the world that specifically cater to the LGBT community – a community historically rejected by many religious institutions. But this one does! Welcome to The Gathering, in part 4 of Growing Up Gay & Christian!

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Kill Gay People – North Carolina Pastor’s Outrageous Sermon



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“North Carolina Pastor Charles Worley shared with his congregation this weekend how he thinks the country should deal with the scourge of gay men and lesbians: Lock them into a pen with an electrified fence, drop food down to them, and because they can’t reproduce, they will die out. The Pastor’s leper colony-esque proposal came in response to the president’s endorsement of same-sex marriage…”.* Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur break it down on The Young Turks.

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gay switch roles if gay was straight and straight was gay



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