Episcopal Church

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Synonyms for Episcopal Church

an autonomous branch of the Anglican Communion in Scotland

United States church that is in communication with the see of Canterbury

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I haven't changed because I am married now," he says, and believes he can actually become better in his new role in the Episcopalian church.
Whatever worldly advantage this move to a new faith gave her, for she was also a bit of a social climber who did what it took to advance her agenda, she remained committed to the Episcopalian church until the end of her days.
Nearly half a century ago, it is said, the Episcopalian Church asked him for a formula for spotting long-term buying opportunities.
All Saints, a liberal Episcopalian church with a congregation of 3600, has been blessing same-sex unions for 16 years.
His dad, Episcopalian Church vicar the Rev William Mounsey, said: "The b***r better get in touch.
The film is likely to embarrass its ruling council, which includes Dr Idris Jones, Primus of the Episcopalian Church in Scotland, and headmaster Gordon Woods.
One of the final chapters comments on the divisiveness of homosexuality within the US Episcopalian church.
Either the Chatsworth Methodist Episcopalian Church, as it was originally named, moved or it would get knocked down.
Perhaps as many as 200 to 300 female deacons were ordained, but the Methodists, the two Presbyterian bodies, and the American Baptists ordained significantly more women to the office of deacon, and the Episcopalian church was ordaining women to be elders or priests.
Chris was curate at the downtown Episcopalian church and Julie was a co-worker of mine at the Pine Bluff Commercial--as was her brother, Tom Honeycutt, who would become the second editor of Arkansas Business.
This was a clear reference to the crisis currently rocking the Anglican communion after the Episcopalian Church in the United States appointed an openly gay bishop in New Hampshire.
Black women worked with local churches, such as the African Methodist Episcopalian Church, to provide religious education for black children.
Similar lobbying has caused the Episcopalian Church of the United States to appoint a bishop who is an active homosexual, one Gene Robinson.
That started with his Episcopalian Church being decked in Welsh flags, daffodils and ringing to a mother-tongue the natives couldn't understand - but loved.