Splitting up

Byassee, Jason
May 2008
Christian Century;5/20/2008, Vol. 125 Issue 10, p22
The article presents an account of several church congregations who have left or re-aligned within the Episcopal Church of the U.S. in West Chicago, Illinois. Details are given regarding several transitions and separations to the Anglican Mission in the Americas (AMIA) supported by Rwanda and other associated church groupings. Discussion is given outlining the major issues in dispute and the practical implications of the moves.


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