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Seventeen bishops have already been ordained by a variety of African churches to lead splinter groups in the United States, and there are more on the way.
Rwanda has almost as many bishops in America as it does at home.
And there is gathering momentum to unite into an independent new church and compete for recognition as the authentic voice of Anglicanism in the United States.
John Guernsey, ordained a bishop earlier this month in Uganda, presides over All Saints, and 32 other parishes.
He says a united traditionalist Anglican Church cannot come soon enough, and looks to their meeting in Pittsburgh to take a big step towards establishing it.
"Clearly we want to be fully unified as a biblical, missionary, Anglicanism that is one", he says.
"We certainly hope that the Anglican Communion will give recognition and standing to those who are holding to the teaching of the Communion here in America."
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