Connecticut Bishop Ian Douglas, Episcopal Church bishop member of the Anglican Consultative Council, speaks with his tablemates during a recent session of the ACC16 meeting in Lusaka, Zambia. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News Service
Connecticut bishop will not stand for Anglican Consultative Council chair
Diocese of Connecticut Bishop Ian Douglas, one of the Episcopal Church’s three Anglican Consultative Council members, said April 12 that he would not stand for election as its chair.
ACC discusses provinces that give little or nothing to communion budget
The Anglican Consultative Council was asked April 12 to determine how to handle the fact that 15 of the 38 provinces do not contribute to the communion budget or give very small amounts.
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