The Hispanic-Latino caucus of The United Methodist Church is backing the One Church Plan, which would leave decisions to allow same-gender weddings up to churches and gay ordination up to annual conferences. MARCHA (Methodists Associated Representing the Cause of Hispanic/Latino Americans) voted 42-16 to support the plan, one of three proposals to end the denomination’s long impasse over how to be in ministry with LGBTQ people. The vote was taken during MARCHA’s Aug. 2-5 assembly. Any pastor, lay leader, member, youth or staff from The United Methodist Church or the Puerto Rican Methodist Church can be a member of MARCHA.