Christian-Owned Indiana Bakery That Refused to Make Cake for Gay Man's Wedding Closes Shop

Randy and Trish McGath of 111 Cakery in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Reports indicate that an Indiana bakery that drew protests last year after the business’ Christian owners declined a request from a gay man to make a cake for his same-sex wedding, has decided to close shop for good.  In the owners statement they said “We have decided not to renew our lease so we are now closed. We want to thank everyone for your patronage, support and friendship. It has been a true pleasure to serve you.” Eph 2:8,” notes a message on the bakery’s website. Randy McGath, 48, who co-own’s the bakery,said that the bakery went out of business on Dec. 31 and it was “wearing her out.”  A firestorm of protests ensued last March after the McGaths’ cited their faith for refusing the cake request for the same-sex wedding. FULL REPORT