A Pennsylvania bakery owner says she refused to serve a gay couple after “talking to Jesus.”

Jennifer and Bethany Petrich turned to The Cake Pros bakery in Schuylkill Haven when looking for a cake for a ceremony to renew their vows.

“My mom, who is planning our wedding, called and made the appointment for us,” Jennifer told Eyewitness News. “It was okay at that time and she was open and honest and said it's for Bethany and Jennifer.”

The bakery later called “and said to her they were a Christian bakery and the owner talked to Jesus for two weeks. And that because it was two females getting married she couldn't bake our cake,” Jennifer said.

Lorraine Fleming, the bakery's owner, said she stood by her decision.

“I'm not sorry for my decision and I feel strong. I know that I'm doing the right thing,” she said.

Earlier this week, a Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania bridal store owner claimed “God's law” in refusing to sell wedding gowns to a lesbian couple.

Pennsylvania became the 19th state, in addition to the District of Columbia, to allow gay couples to marry when Republican Governor Tom Corbett decided against appealing a federal judge's ruling striking down the state's marriage ban in May.

The state does not have a law prohibiting businesses from discriminating based on sexual orientation.