Living in Love and Faith – Official Press Release 9 November 2020 by Æqualitas The Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith resources were published on 9 November 2020, along with a press release, copied here for convenience: Living in Love and Faith resources published as bishops issue appeal to Church to ‘listen and learn together’ 09/11/2020 The Church of England has published a landmark… ... Read more
Thank God for equal marriage – a talk by Jeffrey John 22 November 2019 by Égalité Jeffrey John to speak on marriage equality at St George's Westcombe Park Jeffrey John, the Dean of St Albans and a hero to the movement for equality in the Church of England, is speaking on marriage equality as part of a lecture series held at St George's, Westcombe Park. The… ... Read more
New Equal Campaign poster: Equal Marriage Vows 4 July 2019 by Æqualitas Our 'marriage vows' tea towels have been extremely popular, so we have produced a poster with a similar design, adapted for A4 paper (or A3 etc) and in three colours. The poster, with the Campaign name and logo, shows part of the marriage vows from the Common Worship marriage service –… ... Read more
The Equal Campaign tea towels have arrived! 21 June 2019 by Æqualitas The Campaign for Equal Marriage in the Church of England has produced some great cotton tea towels displaying part of the marriage vows from the Common Worship marriage service, together with the Campaign logo and website address. They are now available to buy from our website store (click here), so… ... Read more
Ecuador legalizes same-sex marriage 13 June 2019 by Égalité Gay Times has reported on the latest country to legalize same-sex marriage. Ecuador’s highest court has ruled in favour of same-sex marriage. On Wednesday 12 June, the Constitutional Court in capital city Quito voted five-to-four to introduce marriage equality for LGBTQ people in the small South American nation, following in… ... Read more
Botswana decriminalizes homosexuality. 12 June 2019 by Égalité Around the world there are many places where to be gay is illegal, but the number has just reduced by one (there are still 71 places where being gay is criminalised).  Botswana's High Court has just struck down colonial era legislation ( 10th June 2019).  This victory for justice and… ... Read more
Nigerian Anglican Church continues its persecution of gay clergy 22 May 2019 by Égalité Various news sites are reporting that four more priests in the Anglican Church of Nigeria have been dismissed for 'homosexual practices'. Their dismissal and defrocking follows similar actions against two other priests less than two weeks ago. News of the action has been reported by the Episcopal Café and others. The… ... Read more
Via Media publishes theological articles on marriage and human sexuality 21 May 2019 by Égalité The Ozanne Foundation is publishing a series of 10 articles on key issues. Many of us have been looking for easily accessible and readable articles on the theology of human sexuality, and the biblical case for inclusion.  Via Media News is starting a series of 10 articles on key issues,… ... Read more
Taiwan legalizes the marriage of same-sex couples 18 May 2019 by Æqualitas On 17 May 2019 the Taiwanese parliament (legislative assembly) passed an Act to legalize marriage between two people of the same sex – the first country in Asia to do so. The Act comes into force on 24 May, just in time to comply with a deadline set by the… ... Read more
Send us your badge photographs 8 May 2019 by Égalité Campaign badges are selling like hotcakes, so if you have not got yours yet get your order in now.  And do send us photographs of where yours is seen. ... Read more