Lapeer Michigan man active in effort to establish new Anglican church in North America

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Chuck Lambert is helping to plant seeds to grow more Anglican churches in the United States and Canada.

The Lapeer resident is a member and business manager for St. Matthew's Anglican Church in Lapeer at 1009 N. Saginaw. "We're in the process of setting up a new Anglican church in North America," he said. "We want to get back to Christian ideals. We hope to plant new churches by increasing the number of members we have. We're planting seeds for churches all over."

The religion has deep roots that date back to the 1600s, as it split from England Anglicans and the Episcopal church due to theological differences. Lambert said people are becoming more receptive to the Anglican religion.

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Filed under: * Anglican - EpiscopalCommon Cause Partnership--Proposed Formation of a new North American Province

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