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Why Did AMiA Break Away from the Anglican Province of Rwanda?

Why Did AMiA Break Away from the Anglican Province of Rwanda?

By Dan Claire, Chuck Colson and Tommy Hinson of RenewDC
www.renewdc.org
January 14, 2012

On December 5, 2011, after 11 years as a mission of the Anglican Province of Rwanda, the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) abruptly broke away from the Church of Rwanda, thereby severing its ties to the worldwide Anglican Communion.

This article and the appended timeline are an effort to summarize what happened from the perspective of the Rwandan House of Bishops, based on extensive interviews with the bishops as well as public documents.

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