We thank our benefactors for their contribution to our Pastoral Care Centre in Japan

15th April 2020 THE COANCH – JAPAN

Benefactor Mr Asafumi Uramatu (Mitaka-shi) and Mr Kenji Kojima (Toshima-ku)

We would like to thank our benefactors for their contribution to our Pastoral Care Centre in Toshima-ku, Tokyo. We are honoured they would bless us with their generosity.
With their contribution, we are able to send out our Chaplain and Clinical Pastoral Care Counsellor to support small groups working on terminal care, Hikikomori (Social withdrawal), truancy and delinquency in Tokyo and neighbouring prefectures in the FY 2020.
God bless them abundantly.

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Appointment: New Archbishop of the Province of Uganda

Announcement | Nov 11th, 2019, THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE

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Appointment:
Archbishop of the Province of Uganda
The Most Revd Prof. Jonathan Kyangasha
Effective Monday, November 11th, 2019.

Was educated at African Reformation Theological Seminary – Kampala, Uganda (MA in Theology) and Westminster Theological Seminary – Pennsylvania, USA (MDiv).
Made a deacon and ordained a priest at the Church of the Province of Uganda (Church of Uganda) – Anglican Communion. He served Archdeacon for the Ruwenzori Diocese of the Church of Uganda.
Consecrated and he was appointed to the Bishop of Ruwenzori of The Continuing Anglican Church of the Province of Uganda and successively appointed to the Archbishop of the Province of Uganda. (November 11th, 2019)
He has a passion for Theological Education and Ministerial Training. He was Chaplain at the Canon Apollo Teachers’ College and Lecturer at the Reformed Theological College in Kampala, Uganda and now the Head of Africa Trinity Theological College in Fort Portal, Uganda.
He was awarded the honorary title of Professor h.c. of Theology by The Continuing Anglican Church.

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The Most Revd Prof. Jonathan Kyangasha, the Most Revd Jimmy Bamuke and the Rt Revd Isaac Obitia Andama of Uganda has been rightfully transferred and received by The Continuing Anglican Church

Announcement | Nov 11th, 2019, THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE

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The Continuing Anglican Church is pleased to announce that the Most Revd Prof. Jonathan Kyangasha, the Most Revd Jimmy Bamuke, the Rt Revd Isaac Obitia Andama and Bishop-elect, the Revd Japheth Baluku of Uganda has been rightfully transferred and received by The Continuing Anglican Church, the Communion of Continuing Anglicans, along with the Diocese of Rwenzori and Diocese of Upper Nile/Mbale on November 11th, 2019.

The Most Revd Prof. Jonathan Kyangasha

The Most Revd Jimmy Bamuke

The Rt Revd Isaac Obitia Andama

Bishop-elect, The Revd Japheth Baluku

The Central Office will notify their new responsibility in The Continuing Anglican Church on the BISHOPS’ page shortly.

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APPOINTMENT OF A NEW CHAIRMAN AT THE COMMUNION OF CONTINUING ANGLICANS

Announcement | Oct 28th, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE:

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The Continuing Anglican Church is pleased to announce that the Most Revd Eric Escala has been appointed as Chairman at the Communion of Continuing Anglicans as of October 28, 2019.

He has been serving as the Archbishop of The Continuing Anglican Church of South America and Bishop of Argentina since August 2019.

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The PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT with the Worldwide Anglican Church

Announcement | Sept 20th, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE:

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We, The Continuing Anglican Church arrived at a PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT with the Worldwide Anglican Church on Sept 18th, 2019.

The Continuing Anglican Church and Worldwide Anglican Church

We, The Continuing Anglican Church and the Worldwide Anglican Church agreed that the two churches retain (1) common explanatory on the division in the mutual records, (2) mutual cooperation and protect the good name of our mutual Apostolic Succession and Founding Fathers, and (3) ensure the freedom of spontaneous transfer of all clergies regardless of rank.

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Congratulatory message from the Worldwide Anglican Church

Posted on September 19th, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE:

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The Continuing Anglican Church received this congratulatory message from the Worldwide Anglican Church.

The Worldwide Anglican Church renounced it's name and became The Continuing Anglican Church

After our Lord Jesus had ascended to Heaven, and the Holy Spirit had moved through the blessed Apostles, in order to fulfill “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you,” they had to separate with great courage and conviction to do as they had been instructed. Thus, it is no different for us today. His Grace the Most Rev. ++ Dr Isaac Shunsuke Sato now has the huge responsibility of moving on from the WAC to lead God’s new Church – The Continuing Anglican Church (COANCH) as its Patriarch and Presiding Bishop. All of us in the WAC wish him, his clergies and congregations God’s speed, protection, grace, favor, and blessings.

NOTE: The Most Revd Isaac Shunsuke Sato is Archbishop and Primate of The Continuing Anglican Church.

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The Continuing Anglican Church is published on ANGLICAN ONLINE. 

Posted on September 3rd, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATOR:

The Continuing Anglican Church is now published on the “Not in the communion” section of the ANGLICAN ONLINE. 

Anglicans Online (sometimes abbreviated as AO) is an unofficial weekly news magazine of the Anglican Communion. Its editorial staff is private and unaffiliated. A project of the Society of Archbishop Justus founded in 1994, AO includes more than 32,000 links and has more than 250,000 readers. Its editorial line is liberal theologically, but displays a deep affection for Anglican traditions and history.

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