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May 07 2021 By dvirtue WALES: Money to burn in Bangor Diocese?

In July 2018 it was announced that Canon Fisher was leaving the Church in Wales following his appointment as Priest-in-Charge (Rector Designate) of All Saints, Carshalton, by the Bishop of Southwark.

The total bill for the two new homes which, it is claimed, could be up to £1m, is well above the average house price in the area, which is around £160,000.

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May 07 2021 By dvirtue "Like every Christian, I gladly trust in Jesus": Kanishka Raffel on his election as archbishop of Sydney

"I'm humbled and somewhat daunted by the responsibility given me by the Synod," Archbishop-elect Raffel said. "We believe that the Lord works through his people -- both in making this decision and in enabling the Archbishop to fulfil his role. Like every Christian, I gladly trust in Jesus."

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May 06 2021 By dvirtue AN OPEN LETTER TO THE ARCHBISHOPS OF CANTERBURY AND YORK ON THE PROSECUTION OF DR PÄIVI RÄSÄNEN

There are four key questions about the prosecution of Dr Räsänen on which it would be good to be clear about your views.

First, do you agree with the Barmen declaration of 1934 that 'Jesus Christ, as he is testified to us in the Holy Scripture, is the one Word of God, whom we are to hear, whom we are to trust and obey in life and in death'?

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May 06 2021 By dvirtue Bad Shepherd: Episcopal Bishop Poses at Same Sex Marriage of One of His Priests

As God's chosen ones, holy and beloved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience. Bear with one another and, if anyone has a complaint against another, forgive each other; just as the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive. Above all, clothe yourselves with love, which binds

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May 04 2021 By dvirtue Free Church of England Clergy & Laity Call on Bishop Primus to Step Down

The signatories to a letter sent in February, passed this week to Anglican Ink, have also threatened Bishop Fenwick with a complaint to the Charity Commission of England and Wales about his alleged failure to follow 'normal processes of accountability'.

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May 04 2021 By dvirtue Anglican Journalists' Association Formed in Uganda

A launching ceremony was held at St. Paul's Cathedral in Kampala where the Anglican Church in Uganda is headquartered. The ceremony commenced with a Church service marking World Journalist's Day.

The Association has over 300 registered Anglican journalists scattered across the country. It includes both male and female journalists from various media houses including print, broadcasting and television.

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May 04 2021 By dvirtue Christ Church's Amicable Episcopal Separation

No longer. Washington Bishop Mariann Budde released a public statement April 29:

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May 03 2021 By dvirtue GHANA: First Lady inaugurates National Secretariat of Anglican Church

She encouraged all Anglicans, especially the seasoned ones, to reach out to "our youth to teach them to love God and country, and encourage them to live by biblical principles."

She acknowledged the hard work of the leadership of the Anglican Church, which, she said, had contributed in no small way to deepening the knowledge of Christ and the message of redemption.

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May 03 2021 By dvirtue ALL SAINTS CONGREGATION RETURNS TO FORT WORTH PARISH

the remaining Crestline congregation continued to align with the episcopal Church and entered a lawsuit for title to the property. earlier this month, with all appeals exhausted and a court order to relinquish possession, that congregation moved to a school chapel, making way for Fr. pigeon's congregation to start fresh.

An open house has been announced for Saturday, May 1, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday services will be held at 8:30 and 10:45 a.m.

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May 01 2021 By dvirtue Anglican Diocese of the Living Word to Form New Archdeaconry in Northeast New York

Current efforts are placing a strong emphasis on church planting and ministries in the Capital Region and surrounding areas of New York.

To coordinate these efforts, The Very Reverend David J. Collum has been appointed Archdeacon. David has been a member of the Anglican Diocese of the Living Word since 2016 and serves as President of The Pocket Testament League (www.ptl.org).

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