Anglicans in France told to help shape debate about religion in public life
by Anglican Communion News Service
Source: Anglican Communion News Service
The new Archdeacon of France has encouraged Anglicans to be part of the public debate in the country and to make a distinctive contribution to the communities where they serve. The Venerable Meurig Williams, during a service in Paris marking his new ministry, spoke of the challenges and opportunities for Anglicans in France, at a time when the political status quo is being questioned and the public place of religion is becoming more prominent following recent the recent deadly attacks in Paris, Nice and St Ettiene de Rouveray.