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In a history-making gesture, conservative Anglicans, deeply alienated by their U.S. and Canadian denominations, joined forces across theological divides to launch the first competing geographic province ever proposed to the Anglican Communion.
Almost 1,000 worshipers gathered in Wheaton, Illinois, on December 3 to celebrate the creation of the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA), which includes 656 congregations with an estimated 100,000 worshipers in regular attendance. They represent the evangelical, charismatic, and Anglo-Catholic traditions within Anglicanism.
"The Lord is displacing the Episcopal Church," said Bob Duncan, the former Episcopal bishop of …