THE Anglican Church in North America: The Anglican Church in North America describes itself as being in the global Anglican Communion, but we can find no mention of it at the Anglican Communion Office in London. This church includes a large number of subsidiary organizations and geographic or non-geographic dioceses: Missionary Diocese of All Saints - Diocese of the Carolinas - Diocese of Cascadia - Diocese of Fort Worth - Diocese of the Great Lakes (not the other) Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes - Gulf Atlantic Diocese - Diocese of the Holy Spirit - International Diocese - Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic - Diocese in New England - Diocese of Pittsburgh - Diocese of Quincy - Diocese of San Joaquin - Diocese of the South - Anglican Diocese of the Southwest - Anglican Diocese of the Upper Midwest - Diocese of Western Anglicans - Anglican Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast: Communincation [sic] site for a new diocese in the ACNA. And the Deanery for the Chaplaincy. It also sponsors.
The Anglican Relief and Development Fund and Anglican Global Mission Partners as well as Anglican1000. - The Anglican Church in the Philippines (Traditional) Inc. A continuing Anglican Province, using 1928 Book of Common Prayer (In English, Tagalog, Ilocano Dialects. We are Traditional, Evangelical, Catholic and Episcopal Church based in the Philippines. Anglican Church International Communion Formed 17 November 2001 in Atlanta [Georgia, USA]. The new communion is the first step toward bringing greater unity to the much splintered continuing "churches" throughout the world. The guiding principles state "this is a traditional communion dedicated to bring peace and unity to all Anglican worshipers," and adhere to the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and the 1962 Canadian Book of Common Prayer. Signatories to this historic document are The Rt. Rev. Larry W. Johnson, Bishop of Virginia; The Rt. Rev. Lafond LaPointe, Bishop of Haiti; The Rt. Rev. Luther Pierre-Toussaint, Bishop of Haiti; The Rt. Rev. Vincent Thakore, Bishop of the South; and The Rt. Rev. Melvin H. Pickering, Bishop of the Diocese of the Holy Sacrament.
The Anglican Church of India: Autonomous Church body having its nine Bishops in valid apostolic succession. It has good relations to other Traditional Anglican denominations who continued in valid apostolic succession. The Anglican Church of India is affiliated to the Worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion of about 42 Anglican Churches. Anglican Church of South India: An evangelical and bible believing church which follows the faith once given to the saints. Anglican Church of the Americas: Anetwork of churches, ministries, missions, dioceses, and provinces who are firmly committed to the orthodox doctrines of the historic Christian faith in the context of Convergence worship, spirituality, and theology which emphasizes the Evangelical, Charismatic, and Sacramental teachings of Holy Scripture'. Based in Luverne, Alabama, USA. The Anglican Church of Virginia: We represent a new Anglican Communion called the Anglican Church International Communion. Anglican Church Worldwide: Many of the Continuing Churches of the Anglican faith wrestle with whether they are in communion with Canterbury or nay.
The Evangelistic Apostolic Church Diocese: Established in the USA in 2002. 'We are a worldwide ministry of clergymen and churches, growing every year. We follow the Anglican Rite. FCE (Evangelical Connexion)/A Connexion of Covenanting Churches: Formed in 2004 to adhere to the 1927 union of the Free Church of England (est. 1844), and the Reformed Episcopal Church of Great Britain and Ireland (est. 1876). This group rejects Freemasonry as incompatible with Christianity, and asserts that its position in this regard differs from that of some similar churches. Its doctrinal standards are the 39 Articles of Religion (revised) and the 1785 Book of Common Prayer. The Federation of Anglican Churches in the Americas: Formed in 2006 to provide a vehicle for communication, fellowship and cooperation between the various Anglican Jurisdictions in the Americas,' this organisation is composed of the Anglican Church in America, the Anglican Mission in America, the Anglican Province of America, the Diocese of the Holy Cross, the Episcopal Missionary Church, and the Reformed Episcopal Church.
The Free Protestant Episcopal Church (Saskatchewan): The mission of this church is to reach out and gather people together in an inclusive church united in the praise and service of God as expressed in traditional Anglican worship. The Book of Common Prayer (1962 Canada) is the only authorised liturgy. Gospel Anglican Church of Nigeria: Over the years we have witnessed in the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) a determined attempt by the forces of darkness and their human agents to strangulate and stifle the faith of many. For exercising the charismatic gifts of the Spirit, thousands of Nigerian Anglicans, clergy and lay have been persecuted and hounded out of the church. Affiliated with the Orthodox Anglican Communion. Holy Catholic Church Anglican Rite: The purpose of The Holy Catholic Church (Anglican Rite) is to perpetuate the Faith, Order, Worship and Witness of Western Catholicism as it existed in the Church of England from around 200 A.D., to the time of the Great Schism, and set forth by the "ancient catholic bishops and doctors," and especially as defined by the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the undivided Church. The Diocese of Holy Trinity and Great Plains -
The Synod of the Anglican Episcopal Communion Churches: In full communion with Anglican Episcopal Church International. The Traditional Anglican Church in Britain: We are a constituent part of the Traditional Anglican Communion, a worldwide Communion of orthodox churches in the Classical Anglican Tradition. The Traditional Anglican Communion: Our mission is to recall Anglicanism to its heritage, to heal divisions caused by departures from the Faith, and to build a vibrant church for the future based on powerful local leadership. The Traditional Anglican Communion: Publishes The Messenger Journal, based in Australia. The Traditional Anglican Communion in New Zealand: We perpetuate the Faith, Order, Worship and Witness of Western Catholicism as it existed in the Church in England from around 200 AD. The Traditional Anglicans in Canada: We are affiliated with the Original Province of the Anglican Catholic Church under the leadership of Archbishop Mark Haverland or with the Anglican Province of Christ the King under that of Archbishop James Provence. The Traditional Church of England: The TCE is one of the original 'Continuing' churches in England. It was formed in 1994, but developed from the much-older Movement for a Continuing Church of England. The clergy and lay people of the TCE are all former communicants of the Church of England. The Umzi wase Tiyopiya Ityalike yomdibaniso: The Anglican Catholic Church, Missionary Diocese of East Cape, South Africa. The United Anglican Church: Dedicated to upholding the Truth of the Lord Jesus Christ as delivered to us in the Holy Scripture and maintained inviolate by the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church of which we are a province. The UAC was established following the merger of the Traditional Episcopal Church (TEC) and the Anglo-Catholic Church in the Americas (ACTA).