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The bishop was accused of refusing to employ homosexual activist John Reaney as a diocesan youth officer on the grounds of his orientation.
It also recognised that the post of diocesan youth officer falls within the small number of posts outside of the clergy which are within the religious exemptions of the Sexual Discrimination Act.
John Reaney, 42, was refused a pounds 25,000 a year job as a diocesan youth officer "on the grounds of sexual orientation", an employment tribunal found.
He said, 'He told me, 'I am sure you won't be surprised to hear that I am not offering you the post of diocesan youth officer.
He had been roped into the event by diocesan youth officer Simon Nicholls, who laid down the challenge.
His decision came after diocesan youth officer Simon Nicholls challenged him to join 200 youngsters abseling.
Craig Groocock, Coventry diocesan youth officer, said: "Aimed specifically at parents, this modern comedy looks at everything from sex, drugs and fashion to untidy bedrooms, highlighting the pressing issues and conflicts in family relationships.