What’s happening in the Anglican Church as the world’s most famous church dies
St. John the Baptist’s Life Church in London has died.
The Anglican Communion announced on Tuesday that it would close the London church and the remaining congregation in London’s Southwark area.
Life Church has been in operation for about 100 years.
The Church of England has had its own life, and in the wake of the Anglicanism scandal, the Church of Scotland announced it would shut down its largest congregation in Scotland in 2019.
A spokesman for Life Church said in a statement: The Life Church of London is closing for the time being in recognition of the challenges that have presented.
We have always been committed to serving the Church, and this is a personal decision that will be taken by the Bishop of London and the Diocesan Council of the Diocese of London.
The church has been one of the oldest in the UK, and has held many important functions, including those of an Anglican congregation.
The London Life Church was built in 1611, and is known for its rich heritage of historic buildings and services.
It is located at 6 St. James’s Place, Southwark.
It was founded in 1623 and is the oldest Anglican church in the world.
Life has been around for more than 200 years, and at the time of the church’s closure in 2019, it was the second oldest Anglicanch church in Britain.
It has been run by the bishop since 1986.
It had a congregation of approximately 3,000, including its own priests and bishops.