DC Black Church Celebrates 4th Anniversary with Gay Pastor Aaron & First Gentleman
DC Black Gay Church Celebrates 4th Anniversary with Pastor Aaron & First Gentleman

Would you attend a gay church? Well, the Community Church of Washington D.C. is celebrating its four-year anniversary with a pastor and his partner — Pastor Aaron and First Gentleman Job Jones-Wade.

Here’s the scoop from Obnoxious TV:

This is the flyer advertising the fourth pastoral anniversary for Pastor Aaron and First Gentleman Job Jones-Wade. The flyer reads as follows: “I’ve got my eye on the goal, Jesus I am off and running where God is beckoning us onward–to And I am not turning back.” Taken from Philippians 3:12. The service will take place March 9, 2014 at 12 noon with guest speaker Rev. Stacey Edwards-Dunn, Ph. D. Of Trinity United of Christ in Chicago, IL. As I have stated many times before; if you agree or not, like it or not black men are rising up all over the country getting married to other men and starting churches. Many of you that claim to be Christians will find this to be a bitter pill to sallow. Many of you know the more popular couple at the Vision Church of Atlanta where the pastor is Bishop O.C. Allen and First Gentleman Rashad. Marriage, family, and even the church is being redefined right before our very eyes. Now my issue is not the obvious, but so many people accept, tolerate, and in even some cases defend other behaviors that are sin.

Additionally, homosexuality seems to make the chief of sinners ready to stand on their soapbox to express their disapproval. Washington, DC is where the Community Church of DC is located and seem to have done well for the past four years. The church seems to be progressive and for the most part they share the core beliefs of most Christians. The nation better get ready because Atlanta, Cincinnati, Washington, DC and the rest of the country because there is no telling who or where will be next.

I was speaking with a very close friend earlier this week and she was adamant against homosexuality. My position is that God doesn’t make mistakes and Jesus didn’t discriminate, so who are we to judge?