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A black church to host gay service

Event is a victory for advocates

The Rev. Martin McLee (right) of Union United Methodist Church in the South End greeted Scott Campbell of Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church in Cambridge yesterday. The Rev. Martin McLee (right) of Union United Methodist Church in the South End greeted Scott Campbell of Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church in Cambridge yesterday. (WENDY MAEDA/GLOBE STAFF)
By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / June 9, 2007

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The annual gay pride interfaith prayer service today will for the first time take place in a predominantly black church, highlighting an intensive effort by advocates of same-sex marriage to demonstrate support from theologically conservative wings of the religious community. (Full article: 936 words)

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