An Anglican church wife has been told she must take a cross on her wedding day after being accused of “violating” the church’s “doctrine” by being a Christian.
In the video, posted to YouTube on Friday, Ms C.J. Jones is shown at a church service where her husband, Anglican bishop Eric J. Jones, is speaking.
The video, titled ‘We are all sinners’, was made by Ms Jones’s husband and her mother, who has said the video was made to “educate” their daughter.
In a statement, Ms Jones said: “The church has always stood for love, unity and peace.
I am saddened and disappointed by this incident, and it shows that we need to be united in the church to make our church stronger.””
I am shocked and offended that the church has treated this family in this way, and that it has done so to another woman,” she said.
Ms Jones’s mother said she was disappointed and hurt.
“I hope that the video is not used to hurt people and to try and influence the minds of young people,” she told Fox News.
“I’m hoping that they [the church] are not trying so hard to silence our daughter and to take away the joy and joy of our wedding.”””
This is not a church that I would want to be a part of.””
I’m hoping that they [the church] are not trying so hard to silence our daughter and to take away the joy and joy of our wedding.”
“This is not a church that I would want to be a part of.”
The video has sparked a number of comments on social media, with many asking if the church was “trying to censor me or make me feel uncomfortable”.
“I think that the decision to allow a woman to wear a cross, it’s a very big deal,” Ms Jones told Fox.
“To be married to an Anglican is a big deal to me and I would like to see the church change its position on this.”
“When we were married, we wore our wedding bands and my husband said we would never put the cross on our wedding day,” Ms C said in the video.
The church’s website states that it is “dedicated to the sanctity and truth of the Christian faith”.””
And that he would always give us this message, and I thought it was very important.”
The church’s website states that it is “dedicated to the sanctity and truth of the Christian faith”.
“We are the same Christian, the same church, but we do not accept anyone else’s position,” the site states.
“Therefore, the Church’s position on wearing a cross is that the practice of wearing one does not violate our faith.”
In its statement, the Anglican Church said it was “aware of this video, and has not taken the matter further.”
“The Church does not condone this practice and our pastoral practice is to encourage all of our members to live their faith in the light of the Lord’s words, the Gospel, and in accordance with the teachings of the Church, which is why we ask all members to be humble and respectful of others and of the truth,” the statement reads.
The church said it would “continue to work with the relevant church authorities in order to provide the best possible support for those who have been affected by this situation”.