Churches Join Up Against Gay Ordination in Scotland

A growing number of churches are joining together against the ordination of a gay minister in Scotland.

The Church of Scotland appointed Scott Rennie, a divorced father-of-one who lives with his homosexual partner, as minister of a church in Aberdeen in July.

Now a group of like-minded congregations set up to oppose the move says it has received more than 100 requests for application packs from churches wanting to join.

The Fellowship of Confessing Churches say 46 churches are already members. Read more here.