Scottish Episcopal Church allows gay marriage
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Scottish Episcopal Church allows gay church marriage

The Scottish Episcopal Church has voted to allow gay couples to marry in church.

The vote to amend canon law on marriage, removing the stipulation that it is between a man and a woman, was carried by the Synod in Edinburgh.

It means that gay Christians from any Anglican Church can now ask to be married in a Scottish Episcopal Church.