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Anglican vicars could soon be allowed to cast off their traditional robes and wear casual clothes at “café-style” communion services.
In February the General Synod will debate a motion that calls for a change to the rule requiring clergy to wear formal vestments at services.
About a quarter of the Anglican church’s governing body backed the proposal, under which vicars would be able to wear ordinary clothes if their bishop and church council agreed. The author of the motion, the Reverend Christopher Hobbs, admitted this could mean clergy could wear shell suits, but insisted he was “not a trendy vicar” and that robes would continue to be worn.
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