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Lutheran congregation leaves denomination over gay clergy (access required)

ROANOKE—Members of a Roanoke church have voted to leave the country’s largest Lutheran denomination over its policy to allow gay clergy. St. John Lutheran Pastor Mark Graham said church members voted 350-104 in favor of the split from the national Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Church rules required a two-thirds majority for reaffiliation. At its annual convention ...

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