At Church gatherings such as ACC-14 the delegates experience different styles of worship, theology and conversations that fosters growth and development in each person. There are also moments when decisions need to be made-the election of a new chairperson, resolutions on very important matters and constitutional questions to name a few. In those moments there is often needed a clear legal mind to help with the process and settle matters when disputes arise. The Anglican Consultative Council has been blessed with the presence of Canon John Rees as its legal Advisor since 1995.
John is a practicing solicitor and Provincial Registrar to the Archbishop of Canterbury. He has advised successive Archbishops for over 20 years. He was also the Convener of the Anglican Communion Legal Advisers Network since its inception in 2001. He served as the Legal Consultant to the Lambeth Commission in 2003-04.
John is an Honourary Canon of Canterbury Cathedral and in the following podcast responded to a variety of constitutional and legal questions that affect the Anglican Communion.
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