Indaba comes to Staten Island

The ongoing Indaba process, first widely encountered at the Lambeth Conference in 2008, has led to a meeting between Anglicans from around the world in a Staten Island parish hall.

“Anglicans from Mumbai and Delhi in India and Derby in England visited Ground Zero and then took the Staten Island Ferry over to this borough on May 12 for an afternoon meeting at St. John’s Canterbury House, as part of a tour of New York City and state. Among the group was Bishop Sunil of Delhi and Bishop Prakash of Mumbai, as well as the Ven. Christine Wilson of Derby.

‘The purpose is to seek ways local churches may utilize the strength of the diversity of the Communion for work they do in their neighborhood,’ said Canon Groves.”

Details here.

The point of the ongoing process is to help local congregations realize the wide and diverse contexts in which ministry is done across the Communion. So, any suggestions for places people ought to visit in addition to New York City?

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