The following comes from a Jan. 8 story on the Christian Post.

A same-sex couple in California is claiming a local catering company refused to service their upcoming wedding ceremony due to their sexuality.

Kama Kaina and Mathew Rivera, a same-sex couple of four years, reportedly contacted Janet Zimmerman Catering back in November to request her services at their upcoming gay marriage ceremony in Big Bear, Calif. in June 2014. The couple received a response email from Zimmerman saying she could not provide catering for their wedding because her Christian beliefs prohibited her from supporting them celebrate their lifestyle.

“Thank you for contacting me in regards to your upcoming wedding,” Zimmerman reportedly responded in an email to Kaina, according to The Advocate, an LGBT publication. “I really appreciate that you were honest with me and gave me a heads up that this would be a same sex marriage. I hope that you will also appreciate when I am honest with you when I say that catering your wedding would comprise [sic] my Christian beliefs and I will be unable to accept this job. I am sure that you will be able to find someone who will better suit your needs.”

Kaina and Rivera have said that they are currently not planning to pursue legal action against Zimmerman, and they are now searching for a new catering service to help them on their wedding day. Zimmerman is likely not in violation of California’s anti-discrimination laws because her catering profession may be regarded in court as a service, rather than a business. Online searches for Zimmerman’s catering service yields one result on Facebook under the name Janet Zimmerman-Catering, but this page has since been removed….

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