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January 04, 1987

A second large church is leaving Sacramento's Interfaith Service Bureau because the charity accepted a homosexual-oriented church for membership. The senior pastor of the 2,600-member Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church said his church will formally pull out this month, depriving the charity of a $1,200 annual donation. The charity lost its largest member last month when Capital Christian Center quit when the bureau's board voted uphold membership status for the homosexual-oriented Metropolitan Community Church.

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