Diocese of Chile takes step towards becoming the Anglican Communion’s 40th province

Posted May 3, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Diocese of Chile in the Anglican Church of South America could become its own autonomous province of the Anglican Communion by the end of 2018. An extraordinary Synod of the diocese will be held later this month to confirm a resolution that was ratified by the Synod when it met in Temuco in 2015. Nearly 100 representatives from across Chile will gather in Santiago on May 12, to agree proposals for the creation of what will become new dioceses in the independent province, and elect the people who will become its first bishops and primate.

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