ⓘ The Falls Church (Anglican)

                                     

ⓘ The Falls Church (Anglican)

The Falls Church Anglican is an Anglican parish in the city of Falls Church, Virginia, near Washington, D.C. In 2006, the congregation of The Falls Church divided over the question of whether or not to leave the Episcopal Church, effectively creating two congregations: The Falls Church Anglican and The Falls Church.

After several years of conflict in the Episcopal Church over issues of biblical authority and interpretation within a few congregations of the Episcopal Church came to the conclusion that the only way for them to remain true his views were "walk apart" from the Episcopal Church, remaining in communion with other Anglican churches. In falls Church was one of these meetings. In December 2006, a significant majority of the participants in the falls Church voted to disaffiliate from the Episcopal Church in the United States of America and join the convocation of the Anglican Church in North America, in missionary work headed by Martyn Minns, former rector of Truro Church, and sponsored by the Church of Nigeria, a member of the Anglican Church in North America. In 2013, the falls Church Anglican are linked to the Anglican Church in North America.

                                     
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