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The Anglican Communion Network was a theologically conservative network of Anglican and Episcopalian dioceses and parishes in the United States working toward Anglican realignment. The Anglican Communion Network later developed into the Anglican Church in North America.

Anglican Communion Network
Formation 2004
Type Conservative Episcopalian/Anglican (religious) group
Headquarters Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Location
  • United States and Canada
Membership
200,000 congregants, 2,200 clergy in 900 affiliated parishes
Website

The Anglican Communion Network (ACN) (officially the Network of Anglican Communion Dioceses and Parishes) was a theologically conservative network of Anglican and Episcopalian dioceses and parishes in the United States working toward Anglican realignment. The Anglican Communion Network later developed into the Anglican Church in North America.