Anglican Church to discuss same sex marriage
Updated at 11:03 am on 11 July 2012
Same sex marriages are to be discussed by the Anglican Church, after a motion was passed at its synod in Fiji on Wednesday.
About 160 church members are attending the meeting, where the Reverend Glynn Cardy put forward a motion asking the church to have a conversation about the nature of marriage, and how it might respond to the request for same sex marriages.
Archbishop David Moxon says the motion will give the church a chance to think, discuss and listen.
He says the research done on the topic will be reported back to the next synod, which is scheduled for 2014 in Paihia.
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