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It has divided parishioners and brought congregations to court. But a landslide vote in favour of allowing Anglican churches in the Huron Diocese, including churches in Brant and Norfolk counties, to bless same-sex unions has taken many by surprise.
Everett Lampman, 69, former warden and parishioner of St. John's Anglican Church in Simcoe, said times are changing and sometimes religion has to change.
"Let the Lord have the ultimate decision," he said. "At first I didn't think it was right, but I did some reading about it and know some (gay) people and they are no different than you or me."
Lampman said he was surprised to hear 70 per cent of the elected Anglican delegates and lay people voted in favour of blessing same-sex unions at the annual synod this week.
The decision still requires the approval of Bishop Bruce Howe, head of the Diocese of Huron.
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