Anglican Unscripted Episode 48

Aug 18, 2012 by

Not a week goes by (even in August) when the Unscripted team can't dig up some interesting news. Kevin and George discuss the "new thang" with AMiA and the turmoil at Pawley's Island. They also reveal some Crown Commission secrets, Anglican Job Postings and Affinity Dioceses. Peter Ould talks about an Englishman trying to sell more books and Allan gives some interesting history about leaving and staying in TEC at the same...

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Moving Forward Together Statement

Jan 19, 2012 by

Raleigh, NC    January 18, 2012 On January 16-18, 2012, over 300 laity and clergy, representing 109 churches that have been a part of the Anglican Mission in the Americas, gathered at the Church of the Apostles, Raleigh, NC, for a sacred assembly. The assembly was hosted by Archbishop Onesphore Rwaje and the House of Bishops of the Anglican Province of Rwanda (PEAR), who sent three other bishops (Alexis Bilindabagabo, Laurent Mbanda, Louis Muvunyi) as delegates, and were joined by US...

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Communique from Archbishop Eliud Wabukala on the reconciliation meeting between the Anglican Church ...

Jan 18, 2012 by

On Wednesday January 4th, 2012 a reconciliation meeting was in Nairobi, Kenya, held between the leaders of the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) and the Province of the Anglican Church of Rwanda (PEAR) at the invitation of the Most Rev'd Dr. Eliud Wabukala, Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) and Chairman of the Primates Council of the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (GAFCON/FCA) Present were the Most Rev'd Dr. Eliud Wabukala (ACK), the Most Rev'd Onesphore...

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Anglican Mission Winter Conference Concludes

Jan 18, 2012 by

By Cheryl M Wetzel, Virtueonline The Anglican Mission closed their winter conference Saturday, January 14 in Houston. Amid the context of morning worship, Bishops Phil Jones and TJ Johnson drew summaries for those in attendance from their own times of doubt and uncertainty. The conference theme was the Work of the Holy Spirit. The final encouragement was to embrace the Spirit and follow the work he has already begun. Bishop TJ Johnson compared the current time of troubles in the Anglican...

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AMiA winter conference

Jan 15, 2012 by

by Cherie Wetzel, Anglicans United Not the demise it was reported to be I am at the Anglican Mission Winter Conference in Houston, TX. The conference started Wednesday night, and I arrived Thursday at noon. The first thing I noticed when I walked through the corridors was young people. Young men and women in their 20’s and 30’s. Gathered loosely in small groups, the animated discussions were refreshing to see and hear. This is not your average TEC conference with gray haired people...

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Bishop Murphy Answers Questions about AMIA Split

Jan 14, 2012 by

By David Virtue, VOL Virtueonline interviewed AMIA Chairman and Bishop of the Anglican Mission in the Americas, the Rt. Rev. Charles "Chuck" Murphy III, about the split, how he is handling it, and what he thinks the outcome will be. VOL:How much of the $46 million raised by the AMIA and spent over the last 11-12 years went to Rwanda? Murphy:We sent them $5,078,000 not counting other pass through gifts totaling several million more. VOL:To date how many parishes have left AMIA for the...

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