Anglican Church in North America

Anglican Church in North America

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January 20, 2012

[Episcopal News Service] Archbishops Rowan Williams of Canterbury and John Sentamu of York have suggested that the Church of England and the Anglican Communion ought to be in “an open-ended engagement” with the Anglican Church in North America.

The organization is made up of individuals...

February 9, 2010

The Church of England has said it recognizes and affirms the desire of the Anglican Church in North America to remain in the Anglican family, but it is not yet ready to be in full communion with the breakaway entity.

An amended resolution passed Feb. 10 by General Synod, the Church of...

July 6, 2009

The outspoken conservative bishop of the Diocese of Rochester in the Church of England has reportedly called on gay Christians to repent and change, according to an article in The Sunday Telegraph newspaper.

"We welcome homosexuals, we don't want to exclude people, but we want them to...

June 24, 2009

The bishops of the Anglican Church of Uganda have said they support the formation of the Anglican Church in North America, and stand in full communion with the dissident conservative entity that has been meeting in Bedford, Texas this past week.

ACNA's membership is largely composed of...

June 24, 2009

The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), a new entity composed mainly of groups that have left the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada, concluded its four-day inaugural assembly June 25 in Bedford, Texas.

"We are oriented toward a hopeful future that has been at the...

June 15, 2009

Two Episcopal Church bishops, one active and one retired, are among the members of newly-announced committees of a proposed Anglican Church in North America, which is holding what it is calling its "inaugural provincial assembly" later this month.

The entity is proposed as an alternative...

April 28, 2009

The Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC) has been approved as one of 28 dioceses and dioceses-in-formation in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), which is comprised of 12 church organizations that have broken with the Anglican Church of Canada and The Episcopal Church over theological...

April 15, 2009

Conservative Anglican leaders and former Episcopalians, meeting April 14-16 in London, have said they recognize a proposed entity composed of disaffected Anglicans in North America.

The announcement came in an April 16 communiqué from the GAFCON/FCA Primates' Council that was created at...

December 2, 2008

Members of several self-identified Anglican organizations were due to announce on the evening of December 3 the formation of what they are calling a new Anglican province in North America.

 

Leaders of the Common Cause Partnership have said they will release the draft constitution...

May 20, 2008

The first large-scale gathering in the Anglican Churches of the Americas will be a February 2009 conference on "mutual responsibility and mission."

 

The organizers hope the gathering will help "to continue to celebrate our relationships through friendship, prayer, common worship...