[The Christian Post] 14 Sep 2006--Episcopal and Anglican leaders were unable to come to a common agreement on how to move forward with the controversy over homosexuality in the church. A group of leaders had convened at an undisclosed location in New York for a closed meeting this week to address the liberal and conservative divide.
Emergency Episcopal-Anglican Talks Bring No Consensus on Homosexuality - Christianity Today
New York Bishops Summit Statement - American Anglican Council
Archbishop of Canterbury: Response to New York Statement - American Anglican Council
Statement on the New York Bishops' Meeting - Anglican Communion Network
Clergy seek 'two-church solution' - Times Online
New York Meeting of Bishops Yields No Agreement - The Living Church
Bishops' Appeal Seeks to Prevent Further Incoherence and Fracturing - The Living Church