Several people and Google searches have informed me that the Anglican Church is somewhat inclusive of non-traditional lifestyles. My situation is this: I'm married to my beautiful wife of over 30 years. Seven years ago, she was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease. She is now in stage six Early on, we had some very serious discussions as to how I'll take care of her, with the promise that I'd never send her off to memory care and always keep her with me at home. I have kept that promise. Another thing that was discussed was how I would care for myself with her suggestion that, when she is no longer physically and emotionally available to me as a wife, I should try to find a suitable partner to join us in a "family of three". I would have someone to talk to, get some respite time alone and down the road, look forward to a wonderful life together. My wife would have the sister she never had and be able to enjoy days out at shopping, getting hair and nails done and just living life to the fullest for whatever time she has left. I hadn't even considered this until two years ago when, together, we joined a couple dating sites to look for suitable candidates. We were totally up front as to our situation, desires and plans for the future. I also stated that I'd never first meet anyone alone without my wife present. I wanted to see the compassion in their eyes for her rather than the passion for me. After sifting through over two hundred interested ladies and rejecting those who were obvious gold diggers, wannabe trophy wives or, unfortunately, bore a distinct resemblance to some of our founding fathers, we finally found a lovely sweet lady who is compatible in every possible way imaginable. My question is: Will the Anglican church, especially those in Daytona Beach FL and Columbus OH, welcome us without judgement and condemnation, or should we look elsewhere?