Third, the 'water into wine' miracle did not happen in a religious setting. It certainly wasn't in a church setting because churches weren't around then.
It was a wedding where Jesus (and his disciples) and Mary were invited guests, not a gay civil union at the local courthouse. Why attempt to read it in a purely secular way just because it wasn't within the four walls of a synagogue?
Because there's no indication that it was
within the four walls of a synagogue. The larger point I was making is that, except for wine, alcohol isn't a part of our religious services, which a wedding most certainly is.