Friday, December 14, 2012

Archbishop Duncan to preach at enthronement of new Ugandan primate

From the ACNA website:
The Most Rev. Robert W. Duncan, Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church in North America, will travel to Uganda this weekend to attend the enthronement and investiture of Bishop Stanley Ntagali as Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Uganda. Archbishop Duncan will preach at the service scheduled for Sunday, December 16, 2012, in Kampala, Uganda.

“We are delighted to be present for this significant event in the life of Archbishop-elect Ntagali, his family and the Church of Uganda,” notes Archbishop Duncan. “I met Bishop Ntagali before his consecration eight years ago when he visited Pittsburgh, and our friendship has grown since then. It will be an honor to preach at the service, and I look forward to years of shared ministry between our two provinces as we have had under Archbishop Orombi’s leadership.”

Along with Archbishop Duncan, a number of other leaders from the Anglican Church in North America will be attending the service including Bishops John Guernsey, Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic; Bill Thompson, Diocese of Western Anglicans; and Neil Lebhar, Diocese of the Gulf Coast as well as the Rev. David Wilson, rector of Christ the Redeemer in Canonsburg, PA.