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ANGLICAN – ORIENTAL ORTHODOX FORUM (1985-1993)

 

1. October 7-11, 1985 – St. Albans, England

Discussion on the concrete procedure to be followed; possibilities were theological collaboration through exchange of scholarships; collaboration at the pastoral level; a theological dialogue to investigate differences”- RECOMMENDATIONS — Full-Text

October 1, 1987- Cairo Egypt

COMMON DECLARATION — Full-Text

August , 1988 – Canterbury, England

Recommendation of the Lambeth conference number 5; up-grading the forum to a dialogue commission” – RECOMMENDATION — Full-Text

November 10, 1997 – London, England

JOINT COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

June 5-8, 1998 – Canterbury, England

Recommendation of the Lambeth Conference that the Forum be upgraded to a Commission” – COMMON DECLARATION — Full-Text

2. March 12-16, 1990 – Monastery of St. Bishoy in Wadi el Natroun, Egypt

Christology, authority in the Church

3. May 15-21, 1993 – Wimbledon, England

Holy Scriptures, christology, regional meetings and future perspectives of the dialogue

4. July 27-30, 2001 – Dunford House, Midhurst, England

Preparatory Meeting for the Anglican Oriental Orthodox International Commission” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

 

ANGLICAN – ORIENTAL ORTHODOX INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION

MEETINGS

 

1. November 5-10, 2002 – Holy Etchmiadzin, Armenia

It was agreed to make it the first task of the Commission to establish an agreed statement on Christology between the family of Oriental Orthodox Churches and the Anglican Communion” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text
and Draft CHRISTOLOGICAL STATEMENT — Full-Text

October 17-18, 2003 – Antelias, Lebanon

Meeting of the Heads of the Coptic Orthodox Church (His Holiness Pope Shenouda III), the Syrian Orthodox Church (His Holiness Patriarch Zakka I) and the Armenian Orthodox Church, Catholicosate of Cilicia (His Holiness Catholicos Aram I) suggest the postponement of the meeting due to internal issues of the Anglican Communion

October 28-November 2, 2003 – Walsingham, England

POSTPONED – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

2. October 3-7, 2013 – Woking, England

Themes taken up: the Procession of the Holy Spirit: the Filioque in the Anglican Tradition; the Filioque and Anglican Action; the Filioque and the Armenian Orthodox Tradition; the Draft Agreed Statement on Christology (2002) and its reception” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

3. October 13-17, 2014 – Cairo, Egypt

Completed its work revising the text of the 2002 Holy Etchmiadzin Agreed Statement on Christology in the light of comments received from member Churches; shared the urgent concerns of members from the Middle East, especially in the critical situations in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and other regions” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text
and REVISED CHRISTOLOGICAL STATEMENT — Full-Text

4. October 5-10, 2015 – Hawarden, Wales

Completion of work on the Procession of the Holy Spirit, agreeing on the omission of the Filioque clause that had been appended to the Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed in the Latin Western tradition; a detailed discussion of the action of the Holy Spirit in the Church; discussion of the four marks of the Church, namely: oneness, holiness, catholicity and apostolicity” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

5. October 24-29, 2016 – Antelias, Lebanon

Completion of work on the Procession of the Holy Spirit at its 2015 meeting, the Commission continued its reflection on the second part of its Agreed Statement on pneumatology, The Sending of the Holy Spirit in Time (Economia)’; consideration of the action of the Holy Spirit in the life and mission of the Church making it one, holy, catholic and apostolic” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

6. October 23-28, 2017 – Dublin, Ireland

Finalized work of the procession of the Holy Spirit and began new themes on authority in the Church; the Number of Ecumenical Councils, the Interpretation of the Council of Chalcedon, the Meaning of the Anathemas of Ecumenical Councils, and the Authority of Scripture and Tradition” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text
and AGREED STATEMENT — Full-Text

7. October 22-26, 2018 – Atchaneh, Lebanon

Continuation of its work on Authority in the Church, on bishops and synods (councils), and the Ecumenical Councils” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

8. October 28-November 1, 2019 – Cairo, Egypt

Continuation of its work on Authority in the Church, on bishops and synods (councils), and the Ecumenical Councils; a draft agreed statement on ‘The Inheritance of Ecumenical Councils’ was reviewed and amended; they looked at new procedures on the reception of ecumenical texts adopted by the Anglican Communion” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

CO-CHAIR:

HE Metropolitan Bishoy (Oriental Orthodox) (2002-2017)
HE Archbishop Angaelos (Oriental Orthodox) (2018- )
Rt Revd Dr Geoffrey Rowell (Anglican) (2002-2014)
Rt Revd Dr Gregory Cameron (Anglican) (2015- )

CO-SECRETARIES:

Very Revd Nareg Alemezian (Oriental Orthodox) (2002-2014)
His Grace Bishop Angaelos (Oriental Orthodox) (2013)
Very Revd Fr Housig Mardirossian (Oriental Orthodox) (2014-2016)
Very Revd Fr Dr Roger Akhrass (Oriental Orthodox) (2017- )
Rt Revd John Baycroft (Anglican) (2002)
Revd Canon Gregory K Cameron (Anglican) (2003)
Revd Canon Alyson Barnett-Cowan (Anglican) (2013-2014)
Revd Canon Dr John Gibaut (Anglican) (2015-2018)
Revd Neil Vigers (Anglican) (2019- )
Revd Dr Will Adam (Anglican) (2019- )

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