It’s eerily reflective, in reverse, of the Roman Catholic dilemma and solution since Vatican Council 2, very much propelled by that council . . .
Rev. John Rumple, meanwhile, rector of Grace Episcopal Church on Lake Street, said, “Like many mainstream denominations, our church has faced the challenges of moving into modern times with a liturgy that is traditional and a Gothic building that is from another age. However, in our theology and practice, we are at the cutting edge of Christianity in terms of not only accepting, but welcoming the Spirit-led leadership of women, LGBTQ people, and racial minorities.”
. . . as in liturgical changes, construction and adaptation of church buildings, and engagement with social and political issues.