ACC-16’s Call to Unity
“The consequences [for the Episcopal Church] stand,” Archbishop Justin Welby said Monday afternoon.
The Anglican Consultative Council has chosen a diverse slate of leaders for its standing committee.
Archbishop Kwong: “I think the most important work we have to do is to hold the Communion together.”
“Most of us have difficulty remembering a time when we were not charitable towards our Christian neighbors.”
ACC delegate from Pakistan: “The blasphemy law still hangs as a sword over the Christian community.”
Bishop Ian Douglas: “my not pursuing election ... will best facilitate our walking together in unity.”
The Anglican Communion secretary general denounces accusations of interference in Kenya.
ACC-16’s opening Eucharist draws Anglicans from the four nations of the Province of Central Africa.
ACC-16 identifies evangelization, discipleship, migration, climate change, and violence as urgent global issues.