Unitarians in midst of gay wedding marathon

In Massachusetts
Gay couples lined up for a 12-hour wedding marathon at Boston’s Arlington Street Church on May 20 as a week of wedding fever reached its apex for Massachusetts Unitarians.

As the required three-day waiting period elapsed for gay couples who had won the right to marry on May 17, Unitarian churches called in retired ministers to help meet the demand. Particularly busy were churches in Cambridge, Boston and Provincetown, where the state’s gay communities are most densely concentrated.


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