Anglican Church in Finland

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The Anglican Church in Finland is a church in the Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe in the Church of England. There were 88 registered members at the end of 2010.[1] The church has close links with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland including full communion through the Porvoo Agreement. The church has its activities in Helsinki as the Chaplaincy of Saint Nicholas at the chapel of the Cathedral and the Church of Mikael Agricola. The Church organises activities also outside Helsinki.[2] In northern Finland, the church has a significant number of Anglicans who arrived from the Sudan as refugees. The church is a member of the Finnish Ecumenical Council.

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