Brtitish bishop elected vice president of European ecumenical group

Posted Jun 5, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] Loughborough Bishop Guli Francis-Dehqani has been elected vice president of the Conference of European Churches. The regional ecumenical body is a fellowship of some 116 Orthodox, Protestant, Anglican and Old Catholic Churches from across Europe. Her appointment maintains a Church of England presence at the senior leadership of CEC, following the retirement of Christopher Hill, the former Bishop of Guildford.

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