The Archbishop of Wales has apologised “unreservedly” to gay couples for discrimination they may have faced within the Christian community. The Church in Wales tweeted that Archbishop Barry Morgan “offers a pastoral letter on same-sex relationships apologising unreservedly for prejudice within the church”. Morgan was speaking at a meeting in Llandudno with the governing body of the Church today.

The Church released a statement saying that while it “is not yet ready to allow or bless same-sex marriage, the debate is not over.” It reiterated that gay and lesbian people “are fully affirmed as equal disciples” and apologised for “the persecution and mistreatment they have endured at the hands of the Church”. READ MORE