Anglican Mission in America

Anglican Mission in America

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August 1, 2007

Delegates to the Annual Council of the dissident Network of Anglican Communion Dioceses and Parishes (NACDP) -- also known as the Anglican Communion Network (ACN) -- have resolved "unconditional commitment" to the Anglican Primates' February request that litigation between the Episcopal Church...

January 25, 2007

The leadership of All Saints Episcopal Church in Attleboro, Massachusetts, has been ordered by Diocese of Massachusetts Bishop Thomas Shaw to vacate the church property by January 31 because of their September 2006 decision to separate from the Episcopal Church and to align with the Province of...

February 3, 2004

When 32 percent of an 887-member parish votes to leave the Episcopal Church along with three of its four ordained clergy, some hard work awaits the congregation.

But St. John's Episcopal Church, Melbourne, which faced that mass departure Saturday, Jan. 31, is up to the task, said Deacon...

April 23, 2002

The rector of a fast-growing parish in Tampa, Florida, involved in a bitter dispute with the Diocese of Southwest Florida, is leaving the Episcopal Church and starting a new congregation affiliated with the Anglican Mission in America.

At least 200 of the 500-member congregation of St....

February 28, 2002

Addressing 'the inherent danger which comes from schism,' the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church at its meeting in San Antonio, Texas, February 22-25, passed a strongly worded criticism of the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA).

In the resolution, council members said that they...

January 30, 2002

The Anglican Mission in America's (AMiA) Second Winter Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas on January 17-21 was held in a hotel that is still very much under construction--much like the AMiA itself.

More than 500 people, from 28 states and seven countries, gathered at the Peabody Hotel...

January 30, 2002

They're not a 'separate church,' AMiA leaders insist, but part of the Anglican Communion, through connections with the Anglican provinces of South East Asia and Rwanda. They're not a province, although their 'Solemn Declaration and Constitution and Canons' refers to them as the 'Anglican...

January 15, 2002

A North Carolina judge has ruled that the property of a Morehead City parish belongs to the Diocese of East Carolina and not to a group affiliated with the Anglican Mission in America.

In the summary judgment ruling issued by Special Superior Court Judge John R. Jolly, Jr. on January 10...