Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches

The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches is an Anglican Christian Communion, formed in 1995 largely as a result of the Convergence Movement. The CEEC converges the evangelical, charismatic, liturgical, and sacramental traditions of the Christian faith.

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