October 2, AP — A West Virginia pastor's support for a city ordinance protecting people from discrimination based on sexual orientation could get her church voted out of local and state Baptist groups. In the metaphor, the association's stance is summarized as: June 3, Click Here to access the online Public Inspection File.
They don't agree with the association's decision.
Pastor Valerie Gittings at First Baptist Church of Fairmont has publicly endorsed a local human rights ordinance that includes sexual orientation under its protections, the Times West Virginian reported. The Joy of Inclusion to be held at our church at 3: Its executive board voted Monday to recommend dis-fellowship of the church from the association, and thereby from the West Virginia Baptist Convention.