While the ABC-USA deems homosexuality "incompatible with Christian teaching," local churches vary. There is a movement led by the Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists to further LGBTQ inclusion.
Ordination is handled on the local level. In many regions, LGBTQ ordination is not explicitly accepted nor banned. However, in several regions there are statements that a candidate must sign stating they are not a "practicing homosexual" prior to ordination.
In 2005 the ABC-USA General Board affirmed marriage as a relationship between 1 man and 1 woman. While not binding on local churches, many communities support this statement, while others do not and solemnize same-sex marriages and Civil/Holy Unions.