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After firing a Latino pastor, Megan Rohrer, the first trans Lutheran bishop, resigns due to racism allegations.

After being accused of racism, the United States’ first openly transgender bishop resigned last week. The Revised Version Megan Rohrer, 42, was chastised after dismissing the Puerto Rican pastor of a predominantly Latino congregation during a major Hispanic holiday. Rohrer, who prefers the pronoun ‘they,’ was the leader of one of the church’s 65 synods, which oversaw nearly 200 congregations in Northern California and Northern Nevada. They were elected as bishops of the Sierra Pacific Synod in May 2021 for a six-year term.

In a letter to the synod on Saturday, Rohrer stated that they were resigning due to “constant misinformation, bullying, and harassment” they had experienced since the synod removed Rev. Nelson Rabell-Gonzalez is a character in the novel Nelson Rabell-Gonzalez by Nelson Gonzalez was fired from Misión Latina Luterana in Stockton, California, on December 12 after the church conducted an investigation into allegations of verbal harassment and retaliation against him, which he denies.

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Gonzalez’s congregation was outraged by Rohrer’s dismissal, and many claimed he did so in a racist manner.

According to church members, Rohrer also threatened a child and her father with calling the cops if they didn’t leave the sacristy, which was “an egregious action, especially when dealing with the vulnerable communities of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.”

Micheal Kurt

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