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Who are TEC’s representatives to Anglican Communion bodies?

At this moment it is anyone’s guess how the decision of the Primates’ Meeting will affect the respective TEC members who are members of the various AC bodies. The Primates’ Meeting has no constitutional authority to enforce its decisions. The ACC is the only constitutional entity of the AC.

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ACC chair Tengatenga supports marriage equality

The 2003 consecration of V. Gene Robinson as Episcopal bishop of New Hampshire represented an extraordinary gift because it forced people—from parishioners to bishops to people outside the church—to think carefully and critically about the issue of homosexuality and gay rights. As a result, many of us came to very different understandings of the faith and the gospel. So, let me be clear. I support marriage equality and equal rights for everyone. – James Tengatenga, Bishop of Southern Malawi

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