Georgia Church Jumps Episc. Ship

The Episcopal Church seems to be coming apart at the seams after last weeks gay restraint decision:

Leaders of one of Georgia’s oldest churches have voted to leave the Episcopal Church over its liberal-leaning interpretation of Scripture and acceptance of homosexuality.

Leaders of Christ Church, established in 1733, have been at odds with the national denomination for years, particularly after the Episcopal Church consecrated an openly gay bishop in 2003.

“We have witnessed how the Episcopal Church has separated itself from the historic Christian faith over the last few decades,” said the Rev. Marc Robertson, rector of Christ Church.

Church leaders said Tuesday they had decided unanimously to join the conservative Province of Uganda under the worldwide Anglican Communion.

Considering the fact that 95% of Ugandans reportedly loathe gays, we’re sure the Georgians will fit right in…