Sunday, December 21, 2014

Indiana Methodist Church Lost 80% of the Congregation after Firing Homosexual Choir Director

An Indiana church that fired its gay choir director will shut down at the end of the year.

David Mantor, pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Alexandria, cites declining membership and financial troubles as the cause — not the fact that 80 percent of its members left after Adam Fraley was fired, the Herald Bulletin reports.


Fraley, who attended the church with his partner for six years, also served as its choir director. When Mantor was hired, Fraley said the new pastor felt “uncomfortable” with him in the leadership position. He was told he couldn’t keep his position because of his sexual orientation.

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