Anglican leaders explore global church and state relationships during USPG gathering

Posted Jun 14, 2019

[Anglican Communion News Service] Navigating the changing relationship between the state and the church has been the focus of discussions between Anglican leaders from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and Oceania taking part in United Society Partners in the Gospel’s triennial International Consultation in Barbados, this week.

“The consultation is focusing on relationships between church and state across the Anglican Communion,” the organization’s chief executive officer, Duncan Dormor, said. “Experiences vary greatly: for some discriminatory practices are commonplace, for others attempts are made to co-opt the influence of the church. For bishops and archbishops the issue of when and how to speak out, and when to remain silent, is a fundamental one.”

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