This is from Saddleback's website. Would a pastor whose church barred any other minority group from church membership be invited to deliver the invocation at a government-sponsored event? Don't think so. Nor would those usually on the Left say "Get over it. It's no big deal. Try to see the other side of the issue." Is there another side--a justification--of discrimination?
Finally, a word about being judgmental. It's not judgmental to say that what the Bible calls a sin is a sin, that's just telling the truth. Not being willing to talk to someone caught up in sin, or not believing that they can be forgiven, or thinking that you are not just as much in need of Jesus as they are ... that's being judgmental.
Because membership in a church is an outgrowth of accepting the Lordship and leadership of Jesus in one’s life, someone unwilling to repent of their homosexual lifestyle would not be accepted at a member at Saddleback Church. That does not mean they cannot attend church – we hope they do! God’s Word has the power to change our lives.