It appears that not everyone is bullish on marriage equality, even in Pennsylvania:
The fight contunues..."What is my crime? I blessed two people that loved each other," Schaefer, 51, told ABC News.
The United Methodist Church has had a 40-year policy on gays that accepts them as members in the church but rejects homosexuality as "incompatible with Christian teaching." The church's 1,000-member General Conference last reaffirmed the church's policy on gays at their last in 2012, according to The Associated Press.
Schaefer has declined the church's offer to avoid trial by agreeing not to perform another same-sex marriage.
"Jesus our Lord and Savior never mentioned homosexuality at all and my point is if it is that important of an issue, why didn't he mention it?," Schaefer said.
When Eugene Robinson was being sworn in as bishop of New Hampshire, he had to wear a bulletproof vest in response to all the hate mail he received.