Female Anglican bishops speak out on gender justice

Posted May 2, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] The seven female bishops of the provinces of the Anglican Church Australia and of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have used their first ever meeting to speak out “for the well-being of girls and women across the Anglican Communion.”

During the three day meeting, in the Diocese of Gippsland, to the east of Melbourne, the bishops addressed the history and experience of women in the episcopate and reflected on the journey of women to ordination to all three orders of ministry in their respective provinces.

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  1. Barbara Reynolds says:

    The church is almost never on the cutting edge of anything. How can other institutions show equality for women when our Christian men jealously guard their power. I think that women have to press for reform or their won’t be any .

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