Like many churchgoers in Romania, retired engineer Marius Tufis opposes same-sex marriage.
"I don't like man with man and woman with woman," he said, frowning in the sun after Sunday's service. "Our religion does not accept this."
Same-sex marriage is already banned in Romanian civil code, but that's not enough for Tufis. He worries that the European Union, which he sees as divided between the liberal West and the conservative East, will force Romania to change the law.