Diocese of East Carolina

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October 19, 2004

October 18, 2004 Kinston, North Carolina

This morning, the Windsor Report of the Lambeth Commission on Communion was released to the thirty-eight member Churches of the Anglican Communion. The Lambeth Commission was created in 2003 by the Archbishop of Canterbury and chaired by...

June 5, 2003

The controversy over who owns the property of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Morehead City, North Carolina dates back more than three years.

In March of 2000, the vestry of St. Andrew's notified Bishop Clifton Daniel III that it was withdrawing the congregation from the Diocese of...

June 4, 2003

In a unanimous decision issued June 3, a three-judge panel of the North Carolina Court of Appeals has upheld a lower-court ruling declaring that St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Morehead City belongs to the Diocese of East Carolina.

Although the ruling favors the diocese and the St....

January 15, 2002

A North Carolina judge has ruled that the property of a Morehead City parish belongs to the Diocese of East Carolina and not to a group affiliated with the Anglican Mission in America.

In the summary judgment ruling issued by Special Superior Court Judge John R. Jolly, Jr. on January 10...

September 18, 2001

Presentment charges made in July against Bishop Suffragan Jane Holmes Dixon of Washington and Bishop Clifton Daniel III of East Carolina have been dismissed.

Members of the Title IV Review Committee, charged by Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold in late July with considering presentment...

October 26, 1998

Bishops of the three North Carolina Episcopal dioceses and a packed congregation of 625 gathered in Chapel Hill to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the consecration of the Chapel of the Cross, a 20th-century leader in the arena of peace, justice, and racial cooperation.

"This has been...

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