Morale Deficit among Faithful Ministers in the Church of England needs Tackling

Dec 12, 2017 by

by Julian Mann, Virtueonline: The ordinations in east London last Thursday (December 7th) by the Anglican Mission in England were a wonderful occasion for the gospel. But it must be remembered that the main platform for orthodox Anglican ministry remains within the Church of England. Nine men were...

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Breakaway AMiE is ‘fully part of the Anglican Communion’ says GAFCON head in challenge to Justin Welby

Dec 12, 2017 by

from Christian Today: The chairman of the conservative GAFCON movement has said it recognises the breakaway Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) as ‘fully part of the Anglican Communion’. In his December letter dated December 14 but published today, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, Metropolitan...

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AMiE ordinations

Dec 8, 2017 by

by David Pocklington, Law & Religion UK: Background to AMiE ordinations which took place on 7th December The first ordination service of the Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) was held on Thursday 7th December 2017 at the East London Tabernacle Church. This was led by Missionary Bishop Andy...

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AMiE Ordinations

Dec 6, 2017 by

Thursday 7 December marks an historic moment in the life of the Gafcon movement and the wider Anglican Communion. Bishop Andy Lines, who was consecrated as a missionary bishop to the UK and Europe by the Gafcon Primates in June, will ordain nine men who will serve in the Anglican Mission in...

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These breakaway Anglican ordinations are a wake-up call

Dec 4, 2017 by

by David Baker, Christian Today: On Thursday this week a potentially historic event will take place. Nine men will be ordained as Anglican ministers – but not in the Church of England. Instead, as Christian Today has reported, they will be part of the new Anglican Mission in England (AMiE), a...

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Anglican Mission in England comes of age

Dec 3, 2017 by

by Julian Mann, Virtueonline: The Anglican Mission in England, launched by the Archbishops of the Global Anglican Future Conference in 2011 to support biblically orthodox Anglican ministry outside the Church of England, is now coming of age. With the upcoming ordination of nine men on Thursday...

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