These video interviews were captured during the June 2012 meeting of the Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue, held in Toronto. Bishop Linda Nicholls (Diocese of Toronto), sat down with several participants and asked their reflections on the meeting, the process, and Anglican ministry around the world.
When viewing these videos, you may want to consider and discuss these questions:
1. What do these conversations teach us about doing mission together in the context of ethical or theological disagreement?
2. What does this practice of talking and listening to one another teach us about our own values and assumptions? What can this process bring in the midst of strained relationships?
Ten Quick Questions about the Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue:
(Note that the above video, originally posted Oct. 15, 2012, was revised Oct. 26, 2012, to better explain the complex reasons for strained relationships in the Anglican Communion.)
Introduction to the videos, the Rev. Dr. Isaac Kawuki Mukasa, coordinator for dialogue, General Synod:
The Right Rev. Michael Bird, Diocese of Niagara:
The Most Rev. Albert Chama, Archbishop of Northern Zambia and Primate of Central Africa:
The Most Rev. Colin Johnson, Archbishop of Toronto and Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario:
The Right Rev. Mdimi Mhogolo, Diocese of Central Tanganyika, Tanzania:
The Right. Rev. Trevor Musonda Mwamba, Diocese of Botswana, Botswana:
The Right Rev. Anthony Poggo, Diocese of Kajo Keji, Sudan: