Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups have staged a protest outside a church in Dumfries, where a controversial South African pastor has been speaking.
The groups accuse Angus Buchan of homophobia, pointing to reports that he said homosexuality could be cured by prayer, during a press conference in South Africa.
Angus Buchan had originally been scheduled to talk in Galashiels, in an event organised by the Hope Church.
However, the Scottish Borders LGBT Equality group complained that he was due to speak at a public hall, and the event was cancelled by Live Borders.
When they heard it had been rearranged at the Lighthouse Church in Dumfries instead, they contacted Dumfries and Galloway LGBT Plus, who then organised the protest.
Susan Hart, Chair of the Scottish Borders group, told ITV Border she was disappointed not to have barred Angus Buchan from Scotland on the whole.
We were delighted that he wasn't coming to the Borders and a bonus was that we thought we'd managed to keep him out of Scotland full stop.
We spend a lot of time building links with churches, with other organisations, and trying to create a happy, friendly, supportive and inclusive environment for LGBT Plus people.
In a statement, the Lighthouse Church said they respect the LGBT community, but also value freedom of speech.
We respect the views of the LGBT community and although we believe different things and we hope that both communities can live peacefully and dignifiedly In a great country that allows freedom of speech, lifestyle and worship.
Angus Buchan has declined ITV Border's request for an interview, but a message posted on his website called criticism of his UK tour "the most severe attack" he has experienced as a Christian.
I have come under the most severe attack and resistance I have ever experienced in my life since becoming a Christian...