Black Anglicans gather

Published January 1, 2005

Afro-Anglican scholars will deliver addresses and facilitate workshops during the third International Conference on Afro-Anglicanism scheduled for July 20-27 in Toronto.

The conference aims to revisit the experiences of black Anglicans (bishops, clergy and laity) from around the world since 1985, when the first meeting on Afro-Anglicanism was held in Barbados.

Issues of health, economic justice, human rights and youth will guide most workshops, which will focus on global issues, spirituality and the black family.

The conference is open to those interested in “issues and ideas that continue to fashion the Christian response of Afro-Anglicans,” said Canon Stephen Fields, chair of the local planning committee.

Mr. Fields may be reached at (416) 241-4639 or at [email protected]. The conference Web site is


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