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List of bishops of the Anglican Church in North America

This list consists of the bishops in the Anglican Church in North America. The Global Anglican Future Conference of 2008 called the Anglican Church in North America into being. After the Church was organized and constituted in 2009, the GAFCON Primates Council recognized the Anglican Church in North America as a Province of the Anglican Communion and invited Archbishop Robert Duncan to join the Primates Council; the leadership of the Anglican Global South has dealt with the reality of the Anglican Church in North America and the Anglican Church in North America a member. The Anglican Church in North America has not been recognized as an Anglican Province by the Anglican Communion Office or by the Archbishop of Canterbury, though relations are cordial. AnglicanChurch.net List of archbishops of the Anglican Church in North America Anglican Communion Anglican Church in North America

Mossley Hill

Mossley Hill is a suburb of Liverpool and a Liverpool City Council ward. Located to the south of the city, it is bordered by Aigburth, Allerton and Wavertree. At the 2001 Census, the population was 12,650; the area was made famous in 1967 thanks to the Beatles' song "Penny Lane", written about a suburban street of the same name in the area. The street runs between Greenbank Road. Penny Lane is with thousands of tourists visiting annually. In July 2006, a Liverpool Councillor proposed renaming certain streets because their names were linked to the slave trade, it was soon discovered that Penny Lane was named after James Penny, a wealthy 18th century slave ship owner and strong opponent of abolitionism. City officials decided to forego the name change and re-evaluate the entire renaming process. On 10 July 2006, Liverpool officials said. Kim Cattrall, born in Mossley Hill and raised there for three months J. Bruce Ismay, director of the White Star Line and Titanic survivor Charles Lawrence, Chairman of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway, lived in Carnatic Hall Danielle Lloyd and former Miss Great Britain, raised on Penny Lane Freddie Mercury, lived in the flat above the Dovedale Towers pub for a short period in 1969.

This was the school of notable Liverpudlians George Harrison, John Lennon, Peter Sissons, Jimmy Tarbuck and John Power. Calderstones School is located on nearby Harthill Road. In turn, this is located near the city's police horse training centre, just north of Mossley Hill's main residential area. Liverpool College is located within the area, Liverpool's only grammar school the Liverpool Blue Coat School is nearby; the area is home to the Greenbank Halls of Residence and Carnatic Halls of Residence student accommodation complexes. Greenbank Halls include Derby and Rathbone Hall and Roscoe and Gladstone Hall: known as D&R and R&G. Carnatic Halls is the largest of the University of Liverpool's six accommodation complexes: Morton House, Lady Mountford House, Lichen Grove McNair Hall, Salisbury Hall and Rankin Hall Two of the most popular parks in Liverpool, Sefton Park and Greenbank Park, are located close to Mossley Hill. Calderstones Park is nearby. Sudley House is one of seven museums and art galleries run by National Museums Liverpool, displaying paintings by Gainsborough and Turner, among others.

Mossley Hill railway station on Rose Lane offers regular services to Liverpool city centre and Manchester Oxford Road. There are connections to Birmingham via Liverpool South Parkway. Buses outside the railway station route as follows:- 61 - Aigburth and Bootle 80A - Liverpool city centre or Speke and Liverpool John Lennon Airport 201 Royal Liverpool Hospital or SpekeBuses from Penny Lane / Allerton Road route as follows:- 62 to Bootle 68 from Aigburth to Bootle 75 and 76 from the city centre to Halewood 80 and 80A 86 and 86A from the city centre to Garston and Liverpool Airport Services 80A and 86A are the only bus services that connect Mossley Hill with the airport; the district lies on the border of two Parliamentary constituencies. It is represented on Liverpool City Council by councillors from Mossley Hill ward itself and it is in parts of Greenbank and Church wards. Spire Hospital Liverpool on Greenbank Road is Liverpool's first private hospital; the hospital faces Greenbank Park. Mossley Hill Athletic Club are a voluntary multi sports club.

They offer facilities for archery, crown green bowling, football, hockey and tennis. The district has a women's football team, Mossley Hill L. F. C. who play in the Northern Combination Women's Football League. Penny Lane Wine Bar is a pub on Penny Lane; the area of Rose Lane and Allerton Road contains a large number of wine bars and restaurants. These two streets are the area's principal centres for retail, hosting numerous offices; the Dovedale Towers pub stands on the corner of Penny Lane. It was closed for business in 2010 and reopened in 2012; the area is residential with a few local businesses scattered around the district. Housing is semi-detached, with occasional detached and numerous terraced streets; the area around Sefton Park has many large Victorian villas. Most of the churches in Mossley Hill are members of "Churches Together in Mossley Hill", a covenanted group of churches; this group was known as "The Nine Churches of Mossley Hill" until it reformed with one new member under the new membership covenant in 1994.

The original nine member churches comprised three Anglican parishes: St Matthew and St James, St Barnabas, All Hallows, Allerton. The tenth church was Dove Community Church, which ceased to exist in 2006 and at the same time was replaced in membership of Churches Together by Wavertree Christian Fellowship. Ther