According to the College of Bishops of the Episcopal Church of Scotland, non-celibate gay people may at least theoretically be ordained as priests. The Scottish Episcopal Church has no explicit policy banning gay clergy, celibate or not.
According to today's statement:
"(We) had never regarded the fact that someone was in a close relationship with a member of the same sex as in itself constituting a bar to the exercise of an ordained ministry...
We do not have a synodical decision like the Church of England has, which it made a number of years ago, and therefore if someone who was of a homosexual orientation felt a sense of call to the ordained ministry then we would begin the process of testing that vocation.
We wouldn't bar him or her simply because they were homosexual."