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THE Common Cause Partnership (CCP), a coalition of conservative Anglican groups in the United States and Canada, which have broken away from their national Churches, is to announce plans next week for a separate province.
The group will meet in the Evangelical Free Church in Wheaton, Illinois, next Wednesday to “release to the public” its draft constitution. Its moderator, the Rt Revd Bob Duncan, the deposed Bishop of Pittsburgh, described it as “an important concrete step towards the goal of a biblical, missionary and united Anglican Church in North America”.
The CCP represents about 100,000 Anglicans, 3000 of them in Canada. It comprises diverse groups that have left the Episcopal Church in the United States and the Anglican Church of Canada: four US dioceses (San Joaquin, Pittsburgh, Quincy, and Fort Worth); associations such as the Nigerian-led Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA); and seceded congregations and denominations, such as the Reformed Episcopal Church.
A spokesman for one of the constituent bodies, the American Anglican Council, said the new Anglican Church in North America “will have all the necessary features to be recognised as a province”.
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