But the group Anglican Mainstream said gay rights were stifling the rights of people to live lives of faith openly.
What does AM(UK) stand for?
AM(UK) stands for Anglican Mainstream (UK)
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Archdeacon of Cardigan Dr William Strange, a member of the Anglo-Catholic conservative alliance Anglican Mainstream, said gay marriage would redefine the institution and open it up to a host of undesirable changes.
The groups Core Issues Trust and Anglican Mainstream made posters reading "Postgay and proud.
Canon Chris Sugden, of the Anglican Mainstream group, backed the idea.
But Anglican Mainstream spokesman Chris Sugden said they were not a breakaway group.
htm) Full Gay Rights Threaten Christians in Public Life, Says Anglican Mainstream
Dr Strange, 58, a member of the Anglo-Catholic conservative alliance Anglican Mainstream, said: "[Marriage] has several important dimensions, including that it's between one man and one woman for life.
In the long run, despite the threats, any break by the conservative leaders in Africa, Asia and Latin America from the Anglican mainstream may cost more than they are willing to pay.