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Additional Allegations of Abuse Emerge at Grace Episcopal Alexandria

Full disclosure: Anglican Watch editor Eric Bonetti is a former member of Grace Episcopal and has written extensively about his negative experiences with the parish. He presently is in litigation against former rector Bob Malm. Anglican Watch has learned that the Rev. Fanny Belanger, former associate rector at Grace Episcopal Church in Alexandria Va., abruptly resigned from the position… Read More »

St. Paul’s Episcopal Alexandria Continues to Welcome Alleged Torturers

On July 1, Anglican Watch broke the news that a prominent Episcopal family, the Ayres, appear to be at the heart of the “enhanced interrogation” program that was a key component of the post 9-11 “War on Terror.” Shortly after the news broke, the Ayres were no longer seen attending services at their church, St. Paul’s, in Old Town Alexandria,… Read More »

Montvale Dissident Gene Muller Seeks to Stop Financial Investigations

Anglican Watch has learned from well-placed sources that a member of the dissident faction has put out feelers to members of St. Paul’s parish in Montvale, N.J., seeking an end to the ongoing investigation into past financial activity at the parish. Gene Muller, a previous member of the church and former vestry member, allegedly has contacted current church members… Read More »

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Spotlight on Abuse: Anglican Priest Chris Byrd

The Anglican Church of Australia has suspended Fr. Chris Byrd following allegations that he bullied, intimidated, and threatened church members and employees. Byrd previously served at the Anglican Church in Adamstown, Australia. The decision was made by the Anglican Church Professional Standards Board and requires Byrd to reform within 6 months or face permanent removal as a priest. Among… Read More »

Spotlight on Abuse: Anglican Priest The Rev. Robin Everett

In July 2003, Robin Everett, former vicar of St Edward King and Martyr Church in Castle Donington, Leicestershire UK, was sentenced to five years in jail for sexually abusing two girls 20 years earlier. Some of the abuse occurred in the church’s vestry. During sentencing, the judge said: “It was a gross abuse of trust as a parish… Read More »