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  1. The language of the document was drafted by committee member the Rev. Gayle Felton.
    http://www.garrett.nwu.edu/content.asp?A=about&C=16000&PR_ID=16030&bhcp=1
     
  2. Gayle Felton, chair of the Reconciling Congregations Program praises the decision to acquit the 67 Clergy who performed the mass lesbian wedding in CAL/NEV.
    http://www.umph.org/resources/publications/newscope/viewIssue.asp?id=13

     
  3. Gayle Felton, representing the study committee, outlined the findings of “This Holy Mystery: A United Methodist Understanding of Holy Communion” at the recent Pre-General Conference briefing.
    http://www.reporterinteractive.org/news/021804/communion.htm

     
  4. The Reconciling Ministries Network (formerly Reconciling Congregations Program) has perverted the recent Baptism study to promote homosexuality and their book says the same about Communion.

    We Were Baptized Too: Claiming God's Grace for Lesbians and Gays

    Within the liturgy, congregations pledge to accept, love, forgive, and nurture the newly baptized member. The church, however, often lives out this covenant selectively forcing its Gay/Lesbian members into silence, alientation, and doubt. It challenges the church to take seriously its understanding of Baptism and Communion as a means of grace, justice, and liberation. $17. The book can be ordered from the RMN office, or from PPC
     

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