Southern Episcopal Church

The Southern Episcopal Church was founded in Nashville, Tennessee in 1962 by a physician, the Rt. Rev. Burnice Hoyle Webster, and a number of former members of the Episcopal Church USA. He became its first presiding bishop. The SEC is now considering itself a Continuing Anglican church, but its members point out that the founding of their church preceded the start of the Continuing Anglican Movement by almost two decades.

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