Rev. Morgan McLean and the entire congregation of Main Line Unitarian Church (MLUC) are celebrating the recent decision to strike down Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriage.
To show her support of this landmark ruling, Rev. McLean has offered to officiate same-sex weddings free of charge on three upcoming dates: Sunday, May 25 (1:00 – 5:00 p.m.), Monday, May 26 (12:00 – 3:00 p.m.), and Saturday, May 31 (4:00 – 7:00 p.m.).
“I know I speak for everyone at Main Line Unitarian Church when I say how thrilled we are as a congregation that Pennsylvania can now legally recognize what we’ve all known for a long time, that love is love,” Rev. McLean stated enthusiastically. “This is a small way for us at MLUC to stand on the side of love and celebrate with our lesbian and gay sisters and brothers.”
Couples will need a marriage license, and the church will provide flowers, cake, and a photographer. Interested parties can call the church at 610-688-8332 to reserve a time for their ceremony.
MLUC is a designated Welcoming Congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association, and Rev. McLean officiated several weddings in August 2013 before the issuing of same-sex marriage licenses in Montgomery County was halted.
If any couple, same or opposite sex, wishes to schedule a wedding at Main Line Unitarian Church on another date, they are welcome to contact the church and set up a time of their choosing.
Photo: Rev. Morgan McLean of Main Line Unitarian Church (center) joins hundreds in a celebratory rally at Philadelphia’s City Hall on Tuesday, May 20, as a federal judge’s decision paved the way for marriage equality in Pennsylvania. On the left is church member Rachael Milles, and on the right, church member and Rev. McLean’s husband Dan Kirsch.