When must we break unity?

Jan 17, 2018 by

by Phil Colgan, Australian Church Record: At the recent Synod of the Sydney Diocese two important motions were passed concerning the wider Anglican communion. The first affirmed our Archbishop for attending the consecration of Bishop Andy Lines as a Missionary Bishop for the UK. The second...

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St Helen’s Bishopgate hints it will leave Church of England unless next Bishop of London is conservative on sex

Dec 11, 2017 by

by Harry Farley, Christian Today: One of London’s largest Anglican churches is hinting it will walk away from the Church of England if the next Bishop of London is not conservative on sexuality. William Taylor, Rector at St Helen’s Bishopgate, said his first question to the new Bishop...

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St Helen’s Bishopgate in split with local Anglican churches over sexuality

Dec 8, 2017 by

by Harry Farley, Christian Today: One of the largest evangelical churches in the country is withdrawing itself from relations with neighbouring Anglican churches over irreconcilable differences on their teaching on sexuality. St Helen’s Bishopgate, which attracts nearly 2,000 worshippers...

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UK: Renewed Orthodox Anglicanism Movement Heralds Growing Realignment

Dec 6, 2017 by

by David Virtue, VOL: The Church of England faces the biggest threat to its hegemonic position; a backlash as deep as the breach by Wesley and Whitfield with the Church of England in the Eighteenth Century. Slowly but surely, renewal movements are making inroads into the Church of England even as...

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Property claims by seceders

Aug 18, 2017 by

from Church Times: If a parish priest rejects his bishop’s oversight and joins a “GAFCON” Church and is followed by the PCC, do they have a claim on the church building and other parish property? Church buildings and parsonage houses are vested in the incumbent for so long as he or she holds the...

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The lesson of Anglicanism: liberalism will tear you apart

Aug 14, 2017 by

by Fr Ed Tomlinson, Catholic Herald: Highly political synods shattered Anglicanism’s fragile unity. Catholics should take note. A former Anglican Chaplain to the Queen, the Revd Gavin Ashenden, is spearheading a revolt in the Church of England Synod over the thorny issue of homosexuality....

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