The Oregon bakery whose owners refused to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple has shuttered its doors.

Sweet Cakes by Melissa, located in Gresham, announced in a Facebook post that it was closing: “This will be our last weekend at the shop we are moving our business to an in home bakery [sic]. I will post our new number soon.”

According to Portland's KGW, Sweet Cakes was closed on Sunday. A sign hanging in the window from the Christian conservative Oregon Family Council read, “Religious freedom is under attack in Gresham.”

“This fight is not over,” another handwritten sign reads. “We will continue to stand strong. Your Religious Freedom is becoming not Free anymore. This is ridiculous that we can not [sic] practice our faith. The LORD is good and we will continue to serve Him with all our heart.”

The closure comes following a decision last month by the state Bureau of Labor and Industries to investigate whether the cake shop had violated the state's 2007 law prohibiting discrimination in public accommodations on the basis of sexual orientation.

Aaron Klein, who owns the shop with his wife Melissa Klein, declined to make the cake for the women on January 17. Klein told the women that they do not make cakes for gay weddings.

“I believe that marriage is a religious institution ordained by God,” Klein previously told King5. “A man should leave his mother and father and cling to his wife … that to me is the beginning of marriage.”

“They can buy my stuff,” Klein said in explaining that he does not hate gays. “I'll sell them stuff … I'll talk to them, it's fine.”

Melissa Klein denied the charges of discrimination.

“It's definitely not discrimination at all. We don't have anything against lesbians or homosexuals,” she told The Oregonian. “It has to do with our morals and beliefs.”

As of Tuesday, the shop's Facebook page appeared to have been deleted. According to alternative weekly Willamette Week, comments expressing negative views of the owners had been deleted over the weekend.