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The leader of a Toronto gay Anglican group says he would be sorry to see a split in the church but thinks his own life might be made easier if a conservative wing were to break away.
"I'm getting to the stage where I'm not sure that I want to be perpetually justifying my existence in the church as a gay man," Chris Ambidge of Integrity Canada said yesterday.
"I want to get along with worshipping God and doing what I need to be doing in the church," he added.
Ambidge, who is chair of the Toronto chapter of the gay and lesbian justice ministry, was responding to news that conservative Anglicans are planning to establish their own church.
"They have serious theological issues with the direction the rest of the church is going. I feel sorry for them that they feel they need to draw the circle tighter and to circle the wagons," he said.
He said his preference is for the church to remain united.
Differing opinions over same-sex marriage are at the heart of the debate, explained Ambidge, who worships in The Church of the Redeemer at Avenue Rd. and Bloor St.
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