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Anglican Alliance holds European summit to focus on refugee crisis

Anglican Alliance holds European summit to focus on refugee crisis

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Gathering from the Anglican and Episcopal provinces of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, this Europe regional consultation, hosted by the Anglican Alliance, will share different perspectives on humanitarian issues and other social justice concerns during its three-day meeting held this week at St Michael’s College, Cardiff.

“Given all that is happening these last months and weeks across Europe, with the plight of the refugees and migrants, it could not be more timely that we come together to consider the role of the local and national churches across the British Isles and Ireland, and into continental Europe,” said the Revd Rachel Carnegie, Co-Executive Director of Anglican Alliance.

The opening panel reflected on the current refugee and migrant crisis in Europe, drawing on the insights of churches within the region.

 

The Anglican Alliance is a partnership of the provinces of the Anglican Communion focused on development, relief and advocacy

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Ann Fontaine

The Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe participated in this. Represented by St. Paul's in Rome: they have the only daytime refugee center in Rome.

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