Jill and Rick Edens are a husband and wife pastor team at the United Church of Chapel Hill. They are standing in front of an inscription on the church building that says, ‘Para que todos sean uno,’ or ‘That they may all be one.’ They have been advocates for the poor and the homeless, gay rights, and the Latino community.
Jill and Rick Edens are a husband and wife pastor team at the United Church of Chapel Hill. They are standing in front of an inscription on the church building that says, ‘Para que todos sean uno,’ or ‘That they may all be one.’ They have been advocates for the poor and the homeless, gay rights, and the Latino community. ssharpe@newsobserver.com
Jill and Rick Edens are a husband and wife pastor team at the United Church of Chapel Hill. They are standing in front of an inscription on the church building that says, ‘Para que todos sean uno,’ or ‘That they may all be one.’ They have been advocates for the poor and the homeless, gay rights, and the Latino community. ssharpe@newsobserver.com

Duke study finds religious acceptance of gays on rise

September 16, 2014 12:00 AM