(Anglican Ink) The AMiA House of Bishops and the Consequences

Have the Shepherds lost the flock?

Confusion over the consequences of the AMiA Bishops walkout has spawned a host of contrary opinions as to what the schism means for the organizations clergy and congregations. While the AMiA leadership insists that congregations and clergy are tied to the person of Chuck Murphy, other AMiA leaders have argued the link is with the Province of Rwanda.

One email circulated within the AMiA ranks outlines the contrary view….

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2 comments on “(Anglican Ink) The AMiA House of Bishops and the Consequences

  1. BlueOntario says:

    Regarding the recent events of AMiA, I am reminded of the saying long used to describe management issues in dysfunctional organizations: you can’t make this stuff up.

    It’s a shame that Fr Conger and Mr Kallsen are the recipients of attacks for bringing this important information to light. Prayers for them for strength. Prayers also for the churches of AMiA that God gifts them wisdom and discernment.

  2. A Senior Priest says:

    Nicely put. I’m not sure what the civilly incorporated structure of AMiA is, but this seems to be a good spiritual/canonical analysis. I haven’t heard of actual incorporated entities departing the Rwandan Church’s authority, only individuals.