On the sidebar there is this list of "Conservative Anglican Denominations." Of interest is that among these are the member churches of the Common Cause Partnership. Those are followed by "*". Some are part of the CCP by way of being part of the Federation of Anglican Churches in America. These are followed by "**". The rest are part of neither. None of these "denominations" are recognized as churches in the Anglican Communion by the Church of England / Archbishop of Canterbury. Interestingly, at least AMiA and CANA are not "denominations" anyway, being proto-dioceses of the Church of Rwanda and the Church of Nigeria.
- Anglican Mission in the Americas *, **
- Anglican Province in America *
- Anglican Province of Christ the King
- Convocation of Anglicans in North America*
- Diocese of the Holy Cross **
- Episcopal Missionary Church**
- Orthodox Anglican Communion
- Reformed Episcopal Church*, **
- The ACC (Anglican Catholic Church)
- The Anglican Church in America**
- United Episcopal Church of North America
One of the results of all this will be a North American Province of something, but not of the Anglican Communion. The North American Anglican makes it clear - "The Anglican Church was not founded upon Canterbury. The Anglican Church was founded upon the Scriptures, the ancient Creeds, the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion, and the historic Book of Common Prayer (BCP). And at a time when the Episcopal church has become apostate, and portions of the worldwide Anglican communion have fractured, millions of faithful Anglicans have expressed a desire to return to the orthodox doctrines contained in these classic formulations of biblical Christianity." Once again we see the 39 Articles becoming a defining element of Anglicanism and the Archbishop of Canterbury not. Union becomes adherence, not fellowship.
The notion that there is an "Anglican Church" is a massively confusing one. There is no such thing, save in England where one could join the Venerable Bede and indeed the Roman Catholic Church and talk of the Ecclesia Anglicana meaning the Church in England or the Anglican Church. But however that got translated, the point is the "Anglican Church" was the CofE. All other churches using the term "Anglican" in them distinguished themselves by being the Anglican Church of X.
The new North American Province (Anglican) will perhaps be a subset of something called "the Anglican Church." This is what the GAFCON crowd is really up to - the establishment of a world-wide church called "The Anglican Church."
This will certainly give Romans someone to talk to that is like themselves. It will be a world wide patriarchy, and Lord knows it will have a sufficiently strong theological base. Of course it will be profoundly opposed to anything like the Papists or Romish beliefs concerning inerrantcy of the Church, purgatory, pardons, worshipping and adoration of images and reliques, invocation of Saints, transubstantiation, marriage of clergy, and, BTW, the validity of Anglican orders . The 39 Articles say so. While Rome could talk to the Anglican Church, being a church rather than a fellowship of churches, why should it. What was bothersome about the Church of England now becomes bothersome across the board.
Bishop Venables, noted mostly for his willingness for a moment to swamp his small Province with white English speaking bishops and clergy who have no interest in the Province of the Southern Cone except as a way station, is the Patron of the Federation of Anglican Churches in the Americas. He is, of course, also the Primate of record for now three bishops deposed by other Provinces of the Anglican Communion, with the prospect of possibly two more in the offing. Bishop Venables is about trashing the Anglican Communion and doing so with gusto. I wonder how he feels about yet another world wide Patriarchy? One day that Patriarchy may reach down and strongly suggest he either obey or be replaced. But of course he doesn't have to worry about that, by the time the Anglican Church is formed he, Archbishop Akinola and Archbishop Kolini will be retired. Someone else will have to clean up the mess.