<p> Before the Spokane City Council meeting Monday night gay rights advocates gathered at Westminster United Church of Christ to show their support for gay marriage. A group of about 75 people participated in the March for Equality, which concluded at City Hall. Before going into the council meeting, three pastors representing The Inland Northwest Clergy for Inclusion, read a proclomation in favor of gay marriage.</p>Read More »
After a five-and-a-half-hour city council meeting Monday night, officials were unable to answer the question theologians have been debating for decades: should same-sex couples be allowed to marry?Read More »
UPDATE 11:45 p.m.
Council votes to table gay marriage resolution indefinitely.Read More »
Today outside of City Hall, the Rev. Jim CastroLang will read a proclamation from local clergy supporting gay marriage.
"Today, I stand with 18 area religious leaders along with citizens and elected officials from the many neighborhoods of our city, who say to the Spokane City Council: vote yes for the Marriage Equality Resolution”, CastroLang said in a press release.Read More »
Read about tonight's city council meeting here.Read More »
Tonight gay rights advocates from The Pride Foundation, Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane, Destinations of Spokane and Westminster United Church of Christ will swarm Spokane City Hall, where the city council is expected to vote on resolution supporting gay marriage.Read More »