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What really happened at
TEC GC2006?

(updated 9/19/2006)
I eagerly expect and hope that I will in no way be ashamed, but will have sufficient courage so that now as always Christ will be exalted in my body, whether by life or by death. Philippians 1:20

See Archives for up-to-date news related to the 74th General Convention, the resulting fallout, and relevant articles. See Links for the best in orthodox news and information sources.

We are an association of orthodox Christians organized as a chapter of the American Anglican Council in the Diocese of Southern Ohio.

Our statement of faith is the American Anglican Council's A Place to Stand.

The need for this association is manifested in the disputes at all levels within the church between orthodox Episcopalians and those who espouse and practice a radical revision of the Church's historic teachings. This fellowship exists so orthodox persons within the church may know that they are not alone.

We also commend to your attention:
The Declaration of Anglican Essentials
We've Had Desert: Biblical Malnutrition & Today's Episcopal church, by Charles W. Slaton, Jr.
A Parable in Perilous Times, by Dr. Edith Humphrey
From an African Martyr
The "Ichthus"

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