Presiding Bishop celebrates close ties with Scotland, history of Samuel Seabury

Posted Nov 6, 2017

[Episcopal News Service] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry talks during a four-day visit to Scotland about the role the U.S.-based Episcopal Church played in laying the groundwork for global Anglicanism when it sent Samuel Seabury to the British Isles in 1784 to be consecrated as its first bishop. Curry also celebrates the partnership that has flourished between the two provinces ever since.


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