“They always say the last straw is what breaks the camel’s back,” Armstrong said from the protest line.
Morgan Greaves, 73, who grew up in the Anglican faith at St Clement’s, says he’s severing ties with the Free Hill church.
“I’m a member of the church council and I will not be associated with him any longer. I’m a long-standing member of St Clement’s Church, I’m supposed to be the Priest Warden … this means that my church life at St Clement’s has come to an end,” Greaves said.
Archdeacon, The Very Reverend Eric Lynch, confirmed that two complaints have been sent to the Rural Dean for St Peter, Reverend Beverley Sealy-Knight, the overseer for St Clement’s.
The Anglican Church follows a process for handling complaints, involving examination by the Rural Dean and potential legal review by the Registrar.
Archdeacon Lynch previously told Barbados TODAY that the church’s preference is for resolving grievances internally, though he acknowledged that matters sometimes become public in a small society.