Running the numbers on ACNA

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As the new Anglican Church in North America holds its inaugural assembly this week in Bedford, Texas, it’s been getting a lot of media attention. After all, it’s not every day that 100,000 conservative Anglicans try to usurp the centuries-old Episcopal Church and Anglican Church of Canada. But what about those 100,000 members that ACNA […]

  • Peggy Blanchard

    Would anyone seriously expect to have any entire membership (of a group of more than, say, twenty members) present at any meeting? No wonder numbers connected with publicity are taken with a large grain of salt.

  • Sven vanBaars

    As a Virginian it pains me to point this out – but looking at the data supporting the Diocese with the highest average Sunday attendance, Texas was the Diocese in 2007 with the highest Sunday number.

  • David L

    In the Christian world view we say one soul is worth the attention. Given the size of the first Church of the Ark I think you have your answer.