Anglicans, Lutherans celebrate relationship

 — June 21, 200721 juin 2007

[ACC News • Winnipeg] Nearly 1,000 Anglicans and Lutherans spent a day together in worship at the Winnipeg Convention Centre Thursday to celebrate six years of full communion between their two churches — and also to consider global warming. Both the Anglican Church of Canada and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada are holding their major decision-making conventions in Winnipeg this week. Anglican Bishop Fred Hiltz of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, co-chair of the Joint Anglican-Lutheran Commission, said the two churches were “well ahead” in their progress in coming together.

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