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Statement from Provincial Synod of Southeast Asia (31st January 2018) on Scottish Episcopal Church

02. February 2018

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The Synod of the Province of the Anglican Church in South East Asia, at the 2nd Meeting of its 6th Session in Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia, from 29th to 31st January, 2018. ___ 31st January 2018 Noting the decision of the Scottish Episcopal Church on 8 June 2017 to change its doctrine of marriage and to recognise same-sex marriages and...

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Statement from Provincial Synod of Southeast Asian (31st January 2018) on ACNA

02. February 2018

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The Synod of the Province of the Anglican Church in South East Asia, at the 2nd Meeting of its 6th Session in Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia, from 29th to 31st January, 2018 31st January 2018 Acknowledging the establishment of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) in 2009 by former members of The Episcopal Church in the United States...

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A Statement from the Global South Primates Regarding the Anglican Church in North America

13. December 2017

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In 2015, the Global South Primates stated in their communique “We rejoiced to welcome the Anglican Church in North America as a partner province to the Global South, represented by its Archbishop, the Most Reverend Foley Beach.” This decision of the Global South Primates came after more than a decade of successive events, and...

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Global South Primates’ Communique,  September 9, 2017 (Cairo)

11. September 2017

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Global South Primates’ Communique,  September 9, 2017 (Cairo)

We, the Primates of the Global South, met in Cairo from 8-9 September 2017 to work together in service of the Church, to follow up the recommendation of the 2016 Global South Conference and to discuss arising issues.  We give thanks to God for our time of prayer, worship, and communion.  In particular, we benefitted greatly from...

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Reflections on the Anglican Global South Sixth Communique

09. October 2016

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Reflections on the Anglican Global South Sixth Communique

October 8, 2016 Cairo, Egypt Several months ago we were praying that the Lord would guide us during the conference, specifically that it would not be political, but spiritual, seeking the guidance of the Holy Spirit. We did experience his movement among us, and the communique reflects the love of God, the grace of our Lord Jesus...

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Statement from the Global South Primates and GAFCON Primates Council Concerning Same-sex Unions

08. October 2016

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6th October 2016 1. We acknowledge that God is the Creator of the whole cosmos and of humankind. Male and female, God created them in his own image and likeness to know him, worship him and share in his glory and love. 2. We affirm the dignity and value of every human being, as each bears the image of our gracious God. We recognise...

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Global South Anglicans Learn How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind

07. October 2016

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October 5, 2016 Cairo, Egypt Many in the world view Christianity as a Western religion. But even as its center of gravity shifts to the African continent, few are aware the degree to which Africa shaped the Christian mind. Even in Africa this lesson can be missed, but the Anglican Global South made sure its delegates return home to...

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Global South Anglican Primates meeting to reflect on the way forward

05. October 2016

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Global South Anglican Primates meeting to reflect on the way forward

Global South Anglican Primates will be having a series of meetings in Cairo during the Sixth Global South Conference to discuss the way forward on ecclesiological issues for the purpose of co-mission, mutual accountability and the maintenance of faith and order. The Primates are joined by representatives and bishops from other Provinces....

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Global South Anglicans ‘Visit’ Carthage and the Valley of Dry Bones

05. October 2016

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Global South Anglicans ‘Visit’ Carthage and the Valley of Dry Bones

October 4, 2016 Cairo, Egypt On the first full day of the sixth Anglican Global South conference, delegates met Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and began private deliberations for the eventual “trumpet”, the concluding communique. But in preparation they were led in a Bible Study by former Bishop of Singapore John...

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President Sisi Welcomes the Anglican Global South to Cairo

05. October 2016

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President Sisi Welcomes the Anglican Global South to Cairo

October 4, 2016 Cairo, Egypt President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt welcomed today a delegation of 16 archbishops from the Anglican Global South, led by Archbishop Mouneer Hanna Anis, chairman of the Global South Steering Committee. In a discussion lasting 90 minutes, Sisi affirmed the important role religious leaders play in...

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