No, Mr Fabricant. Traditional Anglicans do not behead unbelievers

Feb 26, 2017 by

by Rob Slane, TCW: If you happened to visit my church on a Sunday, here is what you would find: a group of people of all ages – we don’t do age segregation – participating in a worship service in the historic Anglican tradition. After the service you would enjoy coffee and tea, along with...

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York Minster bells to ring again, in aftermath of heavy dispute

Feb 14, 2017 by

by Josh Halliday, Guardian: The bells of York Minster could ring out on Easter Sunday after it began the search for a replacement bellringing team following the controversial mass sacking. The 15th-century cathedral, whose bells fell silent on Christmas Day for the first time in 600 years, has...

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Repenting of the Reformation: Apologising for all the wrong things!

Jan 28, 2017 by

by Joe Boot, Christian Concern: The Archbishops of Canterbury and York issued a joint statement last week apologising for its “lasting damage”. Wilberforce Director Dr. Joe Boot highlights that their apology is unclear, focuses on the wrong things, and even suggests a “policy of...

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Oak Hill principal remembered at memorial service

Jan 25, 2017 by

 “He made doctrine sexy” Church of England Newspaper 26 January The Rev Dr Mike Ovey, principal of Oak Hill theological college, who died suddenly on 7 January, was remembered at a thanksgiving service on Monday 23 January in their family church, Enfield Free Evangelical Church. Five hundred...

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General Synod presented with vision for “setting God’s people free”.

Jan 24, 2017 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. Among the papers to be digested by delegates preparing for General Synod 13-16 February is a substantial report commissioned by the Archbishop’s Council, calling for a major change of emphasis in the C of E, to focus on equipping the laity for whole-life...

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How Will The Next Bishop Of London Be Chosen?

Jan 16, 2017 by

by Ruth Gledhill, Christian Today: The Bishop of London Richard Chartres retires next month after 10 years. He is among the most charismatic as well as most orthodox of all the Bishops in the Church of England. Not only has he held together the Church’s most diverse diocese, he has led it to...

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