Church of the Province of Myanmar
The Church of the Province of Myanmar is a member church of the Anglican Communion and has about 42,000 believers. Its origins lie in the missionary work of the 19th century, but it experienced with the declaration of Buddhism as the state religion, with which an expulsion of all foreign missionaries was connected to its first crisis. In 1970, she was then an independent Church Community with six dioceses ( Hpa-an, Mandalay, Myitkyina, Sittwe, Toungoo, Yangon ( Rangoon ) ), headed by the Primate of the Archbishop of Burma.
Archbishops of Burma
The " instruments of unity" Archbishop of Canterbury | Lambeth Conference | Anglican Consultative Council | Primates' Meeting
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Churches in full communion Philippine Independent Church | Mar Thoma Church | Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht
- Member church of the Anglican Communion
- Christianity in Myanmar