“We remain hopeful that the rally will not be besieged by hate groups or violence, but we feel that a relevant church must always be prepared to go wherever God’s people are hurting,” said the Rt. Rev. Shannon Johnston, Bishop of Virginia. “Events like these make our Intercultural Summit all the more timely, relevant and needed.”
Day: September 12, 2017
The Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN) is asking the Anglican Communion to help Indigenous churches in provinces around the globe achieve greater self-determination and self-sustainability, the Anglican Journal reports. A Communique from the recent AIN gathering at the Six Nations Reserve on the Grand River Territory of the Haudenosaunee peoples in Canada, states, We affirm our […]
The Primates of the Global South met in Cairo last week. The Anglican Church in North America shared their communique. The bulk of its message was concerned once more with moves towards marriage equality in parts of the Anglican Communion: We express our sadness for the decision taken by the Scottish Episcopal Church to change […]
The nights can be long, Lord,
But so is the vastness of your love and presence.