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Orthodox Anglican church in Nigeria: Our story

Orthodox Anglican Church was established in 1964 in South Carolina, USA, when Bishop Parker Dees and a group of Episcopalian ministers rose against the ECUSA, leading to the break away from the Canterbury-based church, were their complaints include ECUSA’s liberalism and secularism; frequent review and watering down of the Book of Common Prayer, remarriage of divorced persons; ordination of women as bishops and priests; amendment of the Scriptures, contrary to Rev. 22: 18-19; tribalism, especially in Africa; worldliness; clericalism-rule by the clergy; and prelacy – emergence of powerful clergy ruling the Church.

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