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The Diocese of South Carolina voted today to officially join ACNA.
Diocesan convention unanimously adopts resolution on affiliation
The Diocese of South Carolina is expected to join the Anglican Church in North America at their 226th Diocesan convention, which will be held at St. Paul’s Church in Summerville, March 10-11, 2017.
Nearly all the remaining working texts proposed for the Book of Common Prayer 2019, approved by the College of Bishops in January, are now available online
In Marva Dawn and Eugene Peterson’s book The Unnecessary Pastor, we are given an insight into the plight of contemporary pastoral leadership.
"The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have recognised the orders of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) under the Overseas and Other Clergy (Ministry and Ordination) Measure 1967."
Pre-born children are a people group hidden, unrecognized, unreached and persecuted, but Christians are called by God to have concern for them, according to a speaker at a gathering of Anglican Chr
I encourage you to ... make a special effort to reach out to refugees and immigrants in your local community.
In an Epiphany letter to the church Bishop Sutton discusses the transition and the work that lies ahead for the REC.
Bishop Jack Iker reports the latest news is that there is no new news out of the Texas Supreme Court