Canadian bishops shift focus from same-sex marriage to mission

By André Forget
Posted Oct 3, 2016

[Anglican Journal] After three years spent in intense debate over a resolution to allow the marriage of same-sex couples, the House of Bishops intends to shift its focus to “evangelism and discipleship and mission” in the next triennium, says Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, following the house’s September 22-27 meeting in Winnipeg.

“In the last number of years…the vast majority of our time in meetings was consumed by conversations about same-sex marriage,” said Hiltz in an interview. “And the bishops are saying, ‘We’ve just got to have a more balanced agenda.’ ”

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  1. Interesting! The bishops wish to focus on “evangelism, discipleship and mission?” What happened to the Jesus call, “that they all may be one?” Without bringing together a complete diversity of the population are they really serious about “we’ve just got to have a more balance agenda?” Amazing leadership decision?!?


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