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University Presbyterian Fellowship guest Rev. Rick Hull and Dave Freeman, 80, right, who has been a member of the Fremont Presbyterian Church since 1950, sing a Hymn of Praise on March 17, 2013 in Sacramento, Calif. Dave Freeman ushers at the Fremont Presbyterian Church service and also attends the splinter group service for the Univeristy Presbyterian Fellowship that are held in the chapel of the Fremont Presbyterian Church. Cheryl Freeman, left, sings with Jerry and Claudia Bays who were members of the Fremont Presbyterian Church for many years. While hundreds of of Presbyterian congregations nationwide - including more than half a dozen in Sacramento - have been torn apart over the ordination of gay clergy, Fremont Presbyterian Church is thought to be the only one in the nation to accommodate both sides. Since January 1st, both the nearly 1,000 "traditionalists" who are opposed to gay clergy and 120 "progressives" who support the Presbyterian Church USA's decision to allow gay clergy share the $9 million church at 5770 Carlson Drive.