Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Continuing Anglican Denominations in Reconciliation Talks
Anglican Province of America and Anglican Church in America meet for intensive conversations
Creation sought for an Assembly of Bishops for the TAC in the US

By David W. Virtue DD
March 4, 2014

Two Reconciliation Working Groups - one from the Anglican Church in America (ACA) and the other from the Anglican Province of America (APA) - met at Saint Barnabas Church in Dunwoody, Georgia, recently for what was described as "intensive conversations" about continuing the movement towards unity since the formation in 2006 of the Federation of Anglican Provinces or Jurisdictions in North and South America which brought together (for the first time) many of the disparate Anglo-Catholic groups.

This group has since evolved into the Federation of Anglican Churches in the Americas (FACA) comprised of six Continuing Anglican jurisdictions that have been at loggerheads since they split from The Episcopal Church in 1976 over women's ordination and issues surrounding the 1979 Book of Common Prayer.

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