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ACC returns to Atlanta for Joint Synods with G-4 Anglican partners
(January 13,2020)

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Anglican Catholic Church delegates from across the world will be in Atlanta, Georgia this week for the 2020 Provincial Synod. 

Joining the ACC clergy and laity will be representatives from the G-4 Anglican partners: the Anglican Church in America (ACA), the Anglican Province of America (APA), and the Diocese of the Holy Cross (DHC).  

Synod business will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, with a joint mass scheduled for Friday, January 17th. This will mark the second time the G-4 partners have come together for such an event.  Bishop Stephen Scarlett is scheduled to address the synod on the topic of mission in North America.  

The ACC will also welcome observers from the Polish National Catholic Church (PNCC), including Prime Bishop Anthony Mikovsky.

For more information on this story, and others like it, see the current issue of The Trinitarian.  

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