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Discussion in 'New Members' started by D.H., Aug 2, 2017.

  1. D.H.

    D.H. New Member

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    Greetings from Texas! Im glad I came across these forums, always looking for fellow anglicans to chat with! Im a thirty something husband, dad and plaything for a snooty cat. Was reared Anglo-Catholic, but lean more towards the reformed side.
     
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    Reader New Member Anglican

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    Welcome
     
  3. anglican74

    anglican74 Well-Known Member Anglican

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    Welcome!
     
  4. PotterMcKinney

    PotterMcKinney Active Member Typist Anglican

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    Welcome Pardner. I spent two years in TX myself: San Antonio and Corpus Christi. The further South one goes, the less Anglican presence there is.
     
  7. Lowly Layman

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    Welcome aboard DH! May God richly bless your time here.

    Are you TEC, ACNA, Continuing, or something else altogether?
     
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    Cead Mile Failte a chara
     
  9. D.H.

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    Thanks for all the welcomes! As for the questions, I am a TEC member . I was involved in the continuum most my life, but think the TEC is still worth holding on to!
     
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    P.s. mé fáilte roimh do fáilte!
     
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    Im a TECer too, though mostly because there are no other choices in my area. :unsure:
     
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  12. PotterMcKinney

    PotterMcKinney Active Member Typist Anglican

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    Maybe rare, but I'm TEC and even with the option to go ACNA in a few weeks I'd rather stay where I'm at.
     
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    I think every major continuing church minus APCK has a church of sorts here. There is also an REC parish semi near by which is nice to visit on occasion. I'd say ACNA's umbrella makes 4 or 5 churches alone, not bad.
     
  14. D.H.

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    "Why go anywhere?" has become my rally cry. People in my own church need the gospel , I can't abandon them.
     
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    One can be a missionary spreading word of God in ones neighbourhood
     
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    Welcome from one Texan to another.