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What is next for the United Methodist Church, which has struggled to stay united given disagreements over the place of LGBTQ people in the denomination, same-gender marriage ceremonies, and the permissibility of ordaining LGBTQ pastors?
Bishop Roy Sano, 2019-2020 Bishop in Residence at Pacific School of Religion, served on the PSR faculty from 1975 to 1984, teaching courses in Pacific and Asian American Theologies and Ministries; United Methodist History, Doctrine, and Polity; and Baptism and the Eucharist. While at PSR, he also directed PACTS, the Pacific and Asian American Center for Theologies and Strategies. He has served pastorates in Northern and Southern California and New York City; and as Chaplain and faculty at Mills College in Oakland, California.
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