Jim Gettens, President
Paul Ham, Clerk
Gail Gardner, Treasurer
Claudia Killian, Director
On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the Anglican Diocese in New England consecrated its second bishop, the Rt. Rev. Andrew Williams, at Holy Family Parish in Amesbury Massachusetts.
On hand to officiate the ceremony and as Chief Consecrators were The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach, Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church in North America, The Rt. Rev. Bill Murdoch, First Bishop
of the ADNE, The Rt. Rev. James Hobby, Bishop of Pittsburgh. Ten other ACNA bishops came from around the country, as well as Bishops James Ssebbala and Cranmer Mugisha of Uganda and Bishop Adam
Andudu of South Sudan. The Rt. Rev. Bill Atwood, Bishop of the International Diocese of the ACNA, delivered the sermon on the history of the province, its implications for the worldwide Church and
for the local church, and the significance of the role that Bishop Williams will assume on behalf of New England and the ACNA.