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AMiA restructures despite warning

by a staff reporter

BISHOPS from the Anglican Mission in the Americas (AMiA) have defin­itively broken with its backers, the Church of the Province of Rwanda (News, 18 November).

In a letter dated 5 December, the chairman of AMiA, Bishop Chuck Murphy, and the House of Bishops announced that they “will need to address and focus upon this ‘new thing’ our Lord is now doing with the Mission”, and that its bishops had decided to reject the ...

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