Communion Partners Salt Lake City Statement

Communion Partners Salt Lake City Statement

Jul 02

The 78th General Convention of The Episcopal Church, in passing Resolutions A036 and A054, has made a significant change in the Church’s understanding of Christian marriage.  As bishops of the Church, we must dissent from these actions. Read the complete statement HERE Episcopalians signing in support of the...

Partnering in Communion Conference Report

Partnering in Communion Conference Report

Nov 19

In a conference convened at the Marriott Airport Hotel in Orlando, Florida on November 15 – 17, 2010, Communion Partners, the fellowship of bishops, clergy and laity from The Episcopal Church who are committed to biblical orthodoxy, traditional Christian practice and the Anglican Communion, met to equip and encourage one another for the work of the Great Commission. The focus of the conference...

Partnering in Communion – Doing the Mission of Christ in the World

Partnering in Communion – Doing the Mission of Christ in the World

Sep 16

A Communion Partners conference designed to encourage bishops, clergy and congregations to network in mission with one another and with members of the Anglican Communion worldwide. The goal of the conference is to provide the information and resources necessary for our corporate witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ at home and abroad. To that end, the conference will provide opportunities for...

Common Cause and a New Province

Common Cause and a New Province

Jan 19

On behalf of the Advisory Committee of the Communion Partner Rectors, and on behalf of our Bishops and Primatial colleagues, we wish to acknowledge the remarks recently published from Bishop Iker and Bishop Duncan at the Charleston conference hosted by ‘Mere Anglicanism.’ They speak of wanting the Communion Partners and Common Cause to support one another. For our part we will...

Statement for ACI Webpage and The Living Church

Statement for ACI Webpage and The Living Church

Sep 22

The list of Bishops and Rectors associated with the Communion Partners Plan continues to grow, and is in the embryonic stages of planning opportunities to offer mutual support and strengthen its among Partner Rectors and Bishops, but also a growing number of Archbishops from around the Anglican Communion. At present, fourteen Bishops from around the Episcopal Church continue to build bridges of...