Crystal Cathedral, a Protestant megachurch in Orange County, California, has asked members of its choir to sign an anti-gay covenant.

The covenant asks choir members to take a firm stance against sexual minorities, the Orange County Register reported Tuesday.

“I understand that Crystal Cathedral Ministries teaches that sexual intimacy is intended by God to only be within the bonds of marriage, between one man and one woman,” the covenant reads.

The document is intended to “clarify expectations placed on them as ministry leaders,” Sheila Schuller Coleman, daughter of founder Robert H. Schuller and senior pastor of the Crystal Cathedral.

Former choir member Ann Moore Waltz told the paper that she did not agree with the anti-gay statement in the covenant.

“If you are a Christian group and people come to you, you should be a good servant, love them and shine the light of Jesus on them – regardless of who they are,” she said.

Last year the board of the Crystal Cathedral filed for bankruptcy protection, citing debts of more than $43 million.