United Methodist Church and Episcopal Church Put Full Communion Plans on Hold

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Siblings Separated at Birth

It appears that the Episcopalians want to wait and see which branch of Methodism rises out of the ashes of our current dispute. I doubt the conservative branch would want Full Communion.

The Methodists and Episcopalians have been described as “siblings separated at birth” in regard to their establishment after the American Revolution. It’s past time to have a family reunion, even if it’s only at the Table.

Anglo-Methodist 32 days ago

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