An anchor for the soul: AMiE parish launched in Cornwall

Oct 11, 2019 by

from Anglican Ink: The sea, a natural harbour and wooded river valley dominate the town of Fowey. Craft from kayaks exploring its hidden creeks to cruise ships enjoying its sheltered anchorage ply its waters. Untamable, immune to regulation or regimentation, it is the sea, which brings the tourists and second-home owners who bolster the town’s economy. Swimmers, yachtsmen, paddleboarders, gig-rowers and jet-skiers, together with the work of sailmakers and shipbuilders and the throb of outboard...

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ReNew Conference hears call to mission in the light of the future

Sep 17, 2019 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: The annual gathering of conservative evangelical English Anglicans addressed the uncertainties of ministry in the present, given the challenges offered by the Church of England and Western culture, and emphasised the certainty of a future under Christ’s just reign promised in Scripture. In an amusing and challenging interview, Archbishop Ben Kwashi spoke of how within ten years of narrowly avoiding death when his house and church were burned by Islamic...

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London congregation joins alternative Anglican denomination, questions C of E’s ‘theological trajectory’

Jan 26, 2019 by

by Alex Williams, Premier: A vicar in south London has announced his congregation is joining an alternative Anglican denomination as he criticised “hostility to evangelical church planting” during “decades” by his local Church of England diocese. Andy Palmer, who announced that Christ Church Balham is joining the Free Church of England described a “dominance of theological liberalism in the Diocese of Southwark. The senior minister said: “We have made the...

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Anglican Unscripted #446 – Lee McMunn & AMIE

Oct 13, 2018 by

Kevin and Lee talk about AMIE as it hopes to reform the UK.   

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Renew Conference calls for every member ministry

Sep 26, 2018 by

by Chris Sugden, CEN: “Evangelical  churches are booming. The Church of England is not” wrote Rod Liddle in last week’s Sunday Times.  He claimed the C of E had replaced God with the virtue-signalling of the liberal elite. “The Bible”, he wrote, “ emphasises personal responsibility. We are constantly enjoined to do the right thing. To work hard, to save, not to steal, not to shag around, not to be avaricious. To raise children in a monogamous family unit in which parents of different genders...

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House of Laity panel upholds Synod member’s seat on Crown Nominations Commission

Apr 11, 2018 by

by Madeleine Davies, Church Times: A REQUEST to invalidate the election of a member of the Crown Nominations Commission (CNC) has been rejected by an appeal panel, which has concluded that members are not required to declare conflicts of interest. The ruling of the panel, appointed by the House of Laity, was published on Monday, after a private hearing on 26 March. It concerns an appeal made by April Alexander, a Southwark diocesan representative on the General Synod. In August, she wrote to...

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