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Synonyms for Episcopalian

a member of the Episcopal church

of or pertaining to or characteristic of the Episcopal church

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Brent Was during a streetside Ash Wednesday gathering of local Episcopalian clergy and lay people who offered the rite to passers-by at the Lane Transit District plaza downtown.
Episcopalians made news in 2003 when New Hampshire Gene Robinson was consecrated the first openly homosexually active bishop in the Anglican world.
Scott Hurd, another former Episcopalian priest and currently pastor of an Anglican use Catholic parish in the Washington archdiocese, has been named vicar general of the new ordi-nariate.
Aside from wanting to share stories, there is a yearning among Anglicans and Episcopalians to connect, says Butter, but they "want to connect for a reason.
Nevada (US), May 14 (ANI): Prestigious Trinity College in Hartford (Connecticut, USA), whose earliest heritage was Episcopalian, now reportedly teaches from Vedas, Upanisads and Bhagavad-Gita in some of its courses.
Episcopalians caused an uproar in 2003 by consecrating the first openly gay bishop, Gene Robinson.
Glenn Robins also takes aim at the captivity historiography with his new study of Leonidas Polk, arguing that Episcopalians have also shaped the region's past.
A healthy sprinkling of Lutherans, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, and a host of other faith-filled people that the keepers of the tabernacle key say should have remained in their pews.
With every passing month," Steyn wrote in a recent column, "there are more Muslims and fewer Episcopalians, and the Muslims export their manpower to Europe and other depopulating outposts of the West.
And in a broader sense, many Episcopalians view the whole conflict as another incident in Anglicanism's complex history as a via media (or middle way) between the Catholic Church and evangelical Protestant denominations.
14 urging Lutherans and Episcopalians to recommit themselves to ending global poverty through achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in collaboration with ONE: The Campaign to Make Poverty History.
From 1940 to 1985 United Methodists, Presbyterians, Episcopalians, and Congregationalists continued to stand by helplessly as Southern Baptist and Pentacostal membership swelled from 7.
Akinola is part of a global communion that includes Episcopalians in the United States.
You say you're supposed to be nice to the Episcopalians and the Presbyterians and the Methodists and this, that and the other thing.
I am sure that many other African-American Episcopalians share my positive experience with the church.