Missions Consultation Roundtable 2014

Missions Consultation Roundtable 2014

Dec 04

That They May Know and Confess Jesus as Saviour and Lord There are few churches in the world that can exceed the outreach and mission ministries of St. Andrew’s Cathedral and the Diocese of Singapore. Beginning during the episcopacy of Archbishop Moses Tay, the church in Singapore has been transformed from a sleepy expatriate British church into a missional powerhouse. The Anglican/Episcopal...

Missions Consultation Roundtable 2014

Missions Consultation Roundtable 2014

Nov 25

The Missions Consultation Roundtable 2014 of the Diocese of Singapore was held at St. Andrew’s Cathedral, November 11 to 14. The theme of the conference was “That they may know and confess Jesus as Savior and Lord.”  The Communion Partners of the Episcopal Church were invited to send a delegation to the roundtable since we had featured their work in our Missions Conference in Orlando in...

Global South Primates Steering Committee calls for Primatial Oversight Committee

Global South Primates Steering Committee calls for Primatial Oversight Committee

Feb 20

In following through on the recommendations taken at Dromantine and Dar es Salam, the Steering Committee has decided to establish a committee “to provide pastoral and primatial oversight to dissenting individuals, parishes, and dioceses in order to keep them within the [Anglican] Communion.” Read entire communique...

Global South Response to the Pilling Report

Global South Response to the Pilling Report

Dec 12

“The Pilling Report raises an important question which requires an answer: will the Church of England conform to its context, i.e. will the Church of England allow the society to shape its faith and practice in such a way in order to be acceptable by the society, or will the Church of England recognize that its distinctive mission is to transform the society? “ Read more...

Communion Partners in Canterbury

Communion Partners in Canterbury

Oct 30

Three of the members of the Advisory Group for the Communion Partner (CP) Clergy met in the Old Palace in Canterbury with the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby on October 11, 2013. The visit included a morning conversation, Eucharist in the Archbishop’s Chapel, lunch and continuing conversation in the Palace Dining Room. The Archbishop was interested in learning about...