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That catchphrase is now a sort of rallying cry after Skye Moore was fired from the school on Feb. Moore taught at the pre-kindergarten school, which is connected to Chapin Baptist Church, for five years. When she walked into work last week after a week of vacation, Moore says she was taken to meet with Pastor Michael Hull. Moore said she asked what conflict she was being fired for and was told the problem was her same-sex relationship.
She has been in a relationship with her partner, Hannah, for three years. In Marchthey were engaged.
She saw Moore standing in a classroom and all the kids surrounding her. Another parent, Melanie Wayburn, knew Moore because they both attended Chapin High School, though they were not close as teenagers. Years later, Wayburn was looking for a day care for her children, one of whom is on the autism spectrum. More than that, she did extra work to make all students feel comfortable.
One day, students were in a big room full of activities. Then last week, Wayburn saw Moore post on Facebook about being fired, and she was shocked. In her off hours, Moore baby-sat students. Maybe he should find another job.
Gates, who attends a different church but whose children still attend the Chapin Baptist school, said firing Moore for her relationship is antithetic to Biblical teachings. Moore said she is trying to find an attorney.
The United Methodist Church is more like the divided Methodist Church as it wages an intradenominational battle over whether to change its rules to allow same-sex weddings and LGBTQ clergy.
Churches also have certain legal protections and privileges because they are religious institutions, said J. Lewis Cromer, a longtime employment lawyer in South Carolina. Some of the more liberal Methodist churches were pushing for greater inclusivity, but the delegation ultimately voted to tighten laws and enforce the ban.
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