Thinking Anglicans and George Conger have suppled an update of those who have signed the Anaheim Statement, along with how they voted on D025 and C056. Thanks to them both for the information.
For additional info I have also printed in read the members of the Communion Partner bishops group.
Here they are:
The Rt. Rev’d James Adams, Western Kansas
The Rt. Rev’d Lloyd Allen, Honduras
The Rt. Rev’d David Alvarez, Puerto Rico FOR D025
The Rt. Rev’d John Bauerschmidt, Tennessee
The Rt. Rev’d Peter Beckwith, Springfield
The Rt. Rev’d Frank Brookhart, Montana FOR C056 FOR D025
The Rt. Rev’d Andrew Doyle, Texas
The Rt. Rev’d Philip Duncan, Central Gulf Coast
The Rt. Rev’d Dan Edwards, Nevada
The Rt. Rev’d William Frey, Rio Grande
The Rt. Rev’d Dena Harrison, Texas, Suffragan
The Rt. Rev’d Dorsey Henderson, Upper South Carolina FOR C056 FOR D025
The Rt. Rev’d Julio Holguin, Dominican Republic
The Rt. Rev’d John Howe, Central Florida
The Rt. Rev’d Russell Jacobus, Fond du Lac
The Rt. Rev’d Don Johnson, West Tennessee FOR C056 FOR D025
The Rt. Rev’d Paul Lambert, Dallas Suffragan
The Rt. Rev’d Mark Lawrence, South Carolina
The Rt. Rev’d Gary Lillibridge, West Texas
The Rt. Rev’d Edward Little, Northern Indiana
The Rt. Rev’d William Love, Albany
The Rt. Rev’d Bruce MacPherson, Western Louisiana
The Rt. Rev’d Alfredo Morante, Litoral Ecuador FOR C056
The Rt. Rev’d Henry Parsley, Alabama FOR C056
The Rt. Rev’d David Reed, West Texas Suffragan
The Rt. Rev’d Sylvestre Romero, El Camino Real assisting in New Jersey FOR D025
The Rt. Rev’d Jeffrey Rowthorn, Europe
The Rt. Rev’d William Skilton, Dominican Republic
The Rt. Rev’d John Sloan, Alabama Suffragan FOR C056 FOR D025
The Rt. Rev’d Dabney Smith, Southwest Florida
The Rt. Rev’d Michael Smith, North Dakota
The Rt. Rev’d James Stanton, Dallas
The Rt. Rev’d Pierre Whalon, Europe FOR C056 FOR D025
The Rt.Rev. Don Wimberly, Texas retired
The Rt. Rev. Geralyn Wolf, Rhode Island is a member of the Communion Partner bishops but apparently did not sign. She was at General Convention.
Bishop Hathaway, Pittsburgh, retired, is a member of the Communion Partner bishops but was not present in Anaheim. Bishop Wimberly, Texas retired, is not recorded by Louie Crew as having voted at all on Do25, leading me to wonder if he was there at all.
Of the fifteen members of the Communion Partner bishops twelve signed on to the Anaheim Statement. Bishop Wolf is recorded by Louie Crew has a voting no on D025. None present voted for Do25 or C056. Five of the signers are retired, although most are working in retirement.
The core group of 1-15 Commuion Partner bishops represent about 1/3 to 3/8 the total group signing the Anaheim statement. Bishop Litllibridge of the Communion Partner bishops wrote the Anaheim Statement and it clearly states the agenda of the group, particularly in reference to abiding by the Anglican Covenant and the moratoria. It is unclear just how committed the remaining signatories are to the Communion Partner bishops agenda.
As I have written earlier, I think the problem with the statement is the line that says, "We reaffirm our constituent membership in the Anglican Communion, our communion with the See of Canterbury and our commitment to preserving these relationships." This confuses the matter of membership. Regional or National Churches,not dioceses, are the constituant members of the Anglican Communion. It also suggests that dioceses are in direct communion with the See of Canterbury. If that is so the long slow march to direct Anglo-Papal oversight has been started.
Do we really want a church whose bishops must be directly in communion with the See of Canterbury? What happens if the holder of that See thinks the election invalid or for that matter unwise? Anyone really for direct veto, or perhaps direct appointment, by the Archbishop of Canterbury? Let's not go there.
I don't of course believe that is where the Communion Partner bishops are going in all this. They are simply placing their cards on the table: they value communion with the Communion on a par with their participation in The Episcopal Church. So do I. The difference is, I am first a member of an actual Church, The Episcopal Church. The Anglican Communion is not a church, is not organized to be one, and will not be one. It will be a fellowship of national and regional churches and many of us, across the internal divides of our own church, will work to see this fellowship blossom.