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Anglican Church in North America Develops New Catechism

The Anglican Church in North America is pleased to announce the release of To Be a Christian: An Anglican Catechism produced by the provincial Catechesis Task force.

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Communique from the College of Bishops

A message from the College of Bishops following their January meeting.

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The Apostle Magazine Now Available Online

In this issue:

  • Anglican Aggies
  • Multicultural Ministry in Canada
  • Assembly 2014

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Assembly Registration Now Open

Assembly 2014 is an opportunity for Anglicans in North America to gather together for teaching, worship, and fellowship during an important time of transition within the life of our province.

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Texts for Common Prayer

The Anglican Church in North America is pleased to announce the release of Texts for Common Prayer.  Included here are the Offices of Daily Morning and Evening Prayer, and the Holy Communion (Long Form and Short Form), as well as Supplemental Canticles for Worship.

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Featured Stories

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A Message from Dean Harvey

A letter from Provincial Dean & Canadian Bishop, Don Harvey.

Dearly Beloved Brothers and Sisters of the Anglican Church in North America,
 
I write to you on behalf of my brethren in the College of Bishops of the Anglican Church in North America to invite you to join in a special gift to our Church in honor of our beloved Archbishop and Primate, Robert W. Duncan.

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Following the mission steps of St. Patrick

Mark describes the primary goal of St. Patrick’s Anglican Mission as “loving the neighborhood without agenda.” They have sought to put this into practice by working for the good of East Charlotte, NC.

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Meet Bishop Stewart Ruch of the Diocese of the Upper Midwest

Who is the Rt. Rev. Stewart E. Ruch III, the first bishop of the Diocese of the Upper Midwest in the Anglican Church in North America?  Learn more about him in this featured interview!

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Meet Bishop David Bryan of PEARUSA’s Southeast Network 

“The overarching vision for our network is simply for the church to be the church,” say Bishop Bryan, “faithful in the ministry of Word and Sacrament, passionate in presenting Christ to our communities through creative means of evangelism, and extending compassion to the needs around us.” Learn more in this special interview now online!

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Out of the Darkness in Sheridan, Wyoming

Rich in American history and natural beauty, the quaint ranching town enjoys recognition as a tourist spot. Despite breathtaking sights and exquisite views, there is a spiritual darkness casting a shadow over the beauty of the land.

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Low Country Outreach: “How can we serve?”

Instead of creating over-committed programs within the church walls, the Rev. Hamilton Smith and St. Thomas’ Anglican Church (Mt. Pleasant, SC), turns their ministry outward, calling leaders to ask “how can we serve?”

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To Be a Christian: An Anglican Catechism

The Anglican Church in North America is pleased to announce the release of To Be a Christian: An Anglican Catechism produced by the provincial Catechesis Task force.

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Bringing God’s love and hope to the South Side of Pittsburgh

The South Side is the party-area of Pittsburgh, with dozens of tattoo parlors and 90 bars in a two-mile radius that culminates on Carson Street. For Kate and Sean Norris, the tattoo culture in the community is an opportunity to connect with the heart of the people they are called to minister.

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Register today for Assembly 2014!

The Assembly is open to all and there is availability for the first 900 registrants. We invite you to come and celebrate what God is doing in and through our church.

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Church News

Following the mission steps of St. Patrick

Mark describes the primary goal of St. Patrick’s Anglican Mission as “loving the neighborhood without agenda.” They have sought to put this into practice by working for the good of East Charlotte, NC.

Read more...

Outreach

Low Country Outreach: “How can we serve?”

Instead of creating over-committed programs within the church walls, the Rev. Hamilton Smith and St. Thomas’ Anglican Church (Mt. Pleasant, SC), turns their ministry outward, calling leaders to ask “how can we serve?”

Read more...