frgavin on September 15th, 2010

Christchurch XP members ready to dedicate new facility By Allison Griffin http://cmsimg.montgomeryadvertiser.com/ September 11, 2010 That Christchurch XP has flourished in its five years of existence — without having a church facility to call its own — is both a blessing and a testa­ment to the faith of its members. Now, the Anglican parish is […]

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By George Conger,  Institute on Religion & Democracy “The pieces are on the board” for the resolution of the Anglican conflict, Williams asserted. “And in the months ahead it will be important to invite those absent from Lambeth to be involved in these next stages.” However, as of October 16, eight weeks after the close […]

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frgavin on September 9th, 2008

September 8th, 2008 Why did TEC invest so heavily persuading people to come to Lambeth? And did its strategy pay off?  One of its key people shares how important the ‘listening’ process had been to gain support for TEC – and affirms that yes, indeed, its strategy worked.  Read the rest on AAC’s site below. All of this […]

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frgavin on August 7th, 2008

The Final Lambeth Reflections Document Under Anglican Communion, Sexuality By Peter Ould Copy of the Reflections document can be found on the RESOURCE DOCUMENTS page of this website. Thought it would be interesting to analyse where the final reflections document differs from the fourth draft. This is text removed This is text added This is […]

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frgavin on August 6th, 2008

August 6th, 2008 Posted in News | By David Skinner David Skinner of the Salisbury Diocese has written the following letter in response to same-sex issues raised by the recent visit of TEC’s Katharine Jefferts Schori to Salisbury Cathedral. The Presiding Bishop preached at the cathedral 13 July 2008. On the following Monday, a forum […]

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frgavin on August 6th, 2008

Lambeth: Surmise, frustration, and interest greet proposals August 5th, 2008 Posted in News | By Pat Ashworth, Church Times INITIAL REACTIONS to the Windsor Continuation Group’s suggestions reflected a scepticism that exists within the group itself. On the subject of the moratoriums, the group acknowledges that, on three previous occasions, most recently the Primates’ Meeting in […]

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frgavin on August 4th, 2008

GAFCON, the future and the Jerusalem Statement August 3rd, 2008 Posted in Global Anglican Future Conference, Lambeth Conference, News | by the Rev David Holloway, vicar of Jesmond Parish Church, Newcastle, England.  August 3 2008 GAFCON and its history The Global Anglican Future CONference held in Jerusalem at the end of June 2008 occurred not […]

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