(Anglican Journal) Two Anglican Primates and 18 Bishops Continue a Process of Dialogue

Liturgy will include worship intended to engage the group in “celebrating the stories shared and giving thanks for [its] capacity to do good.”

Mission will include discussion in response to the question, “What may God be calling you to do or to say as you conclude the consultation?”

The Anglican provinces involved in the discussion are Canada, Tanzania, Kenya, Central Africa, South Africa, West Africa, England and the United States.

The consultation is sponsored by the Anglican Church of Canada, Fellowship of the Maple Leaf, The Episcopal Church in the U.S., Diocese of Dar es Salaam, the Anglican Diocese of Toronto Foundation, and Trinity Wall Street.

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4 comments on “(Anglican Journal) Two Anglican Primates and 18 Bishops Continue a Process of Dialogue

  1. Larry Morse says:

    JuSt think what the answers would be if they told the truth when responding to what God is calling them to do. Larry

  2. evan miller says:

    No good will come of this.

  3. BlueOntario says:

    Seeing some of the participants and knowing the histories of their leadership in their dioceses, one has to ask what will come from the foci of theology and of mission in this conference. I would venture it will be something we’ve all seen before with little theology and a predetermined mission. Some of us might descibe it as “going to Hell in a handbasket.”

  4. libraryjim says:

    Or one might say the foxes are in charge of guarding the hen-house.

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