Local Minister To Perform Same-Sex Weddings

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gaymarriageMUSKEGON, Mich. (March 22, 2014)- A minister at a church in Muskegon County will be performing same-sex weddings starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 22nd.

Rev. Bill Freeman, minister at Harbor Unitarian Universalist Congregation, will be on hand to join the couples together. “I’m ready to perform
as many same-sex weddings as is humanly possible,” said Rev. Freeman.

Harbor Unitarian Universalist Congregation is located at 1296 Montgomery
Avenue in Muskegon.  If you’d like to get married contact Rev. Freeman at (616) 796-5598.

Muskegon County Clerk Nancy Waters said she will be there to issue wedding licenses.

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10 comments

  • hankhill

    These foolish queers think there lifestyle will be accepted are carzy if not for some arrogant liberal federal judge creating another minority for all americans to pay for things that are not even hum
    This should help pure MI as all the decent normal families are packing to leave this immoral stwte

    • Cyn

      Aren't you just the brightest person ever? What exactly will you be paying for? While you are packing up, you might as well go to Uganda where it is law to execute gays. You would be very happy there I think. However, if you wish to stay in the United States, get used to it. It's happening all over the country and soon all states will strike down these ignorant religious right laws. Where will you move then? Hankhill: Next stop Uganda.

      • kenr

        what a dumb ass ……. just because you get laws ramrodded through by a activist judge doesn't mean the people are with you on this at all .
        Quit trying to get people to say it is okay to live in sin , regardless of what we think or are forced to think you still will face our Lord and have to account for your sins. If you don't like the laws here move to anywhere else

  • jlbusm

    This judge should be removed didnt the people in this state vote this crap down i can see why people say whats the use of voting or there vote dont count very frustrating this judge should be removed and never be able to practice law again

    • Scherzerfan

      Thank you. My point exactly. I won't say that I agree or disagree with the gay marriage issue. I will say that I am offended that majority vote doesn't mean a damn thing anymore. That's where I believe this county has gone to hell.

      • Cyn

        That's simply because you cannot "vote" on basic human rights like this. Michigan should have never allowed the original vote in the first place since it goes against the United States constitution. The US constitution will always override state constitutions. This judge was just doing his job, and he did the right thing.

  • chaplain

    I one will not preform any of these wedding . the state can not force ministers or chaplains to do any except for the armed forces