Welcome to the Official Website of the
Anglican Catholic Church's
Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic States
The Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic States
(DMAS) is part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church of
Jesus Christ, faithfully continuing the Anglican tradition. We practice
and uphold the historic Catholic Faith, Apostolic Order, Orthodox
Worship, and Evangelical Witness of the traditional Anglican Church.
DMAS of the Anglican Catholic Church strives to be a unified, informed,
educated and growing diocese with a deep understanding of the Catholic
faith, Anglican worship and the Holy Scriptures.
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ask that all include those parishes, dioceses, and associated clergy
listed below in your daily prayers during their assigned week. Thank
June 28 - July 4, Trinity IV
St. Peter the Apostle, Christiansburg, Virginia
The Rev. Alexander L. Darby, III, Priest-in-Charge.
July 5-11, Trinity V
For God's guidance and protection of the United States of America.
July 12, 2015, Trinity VI – For the Summer
Camps of the ACC; the Counselors and Campers.
July 19-25, Trinity VII
Clergy of the Anglican Catholic Church, especially those in the Diocese of the
July 26 - Aug 1, Trinity VIII
St. Anne’s, Charlotte Hall, Maryland
Rt. Rev. William McClean, Rector.
August 2-8, Trinity IX
The Diocese of
New Orleans –
The Rt. Rev. Terry Lowe, Bishop Ordinary.
August 9-15, Trinity X
Diocese of Southern Africa – The Rt. Rev. Alan Kenyon- Hoare, Bishop.
August 16-22, Trinity XI
The Diocese of
Aweil, South Sudan – The Rt. Rev. Wilson Garang, Bishop.
August 23-29, Trinity XII
The Province of
its constituent Dioceses.
Aug 30 - Sept 5, Trinity XIII
District of the Philippines.
September 6-12, Trinity XIV
Increase of the Sacred Ministry of Christ’s Holy Catholic Church.
September 13-19, Trinity XV
Episcopal Church in the USA – The Most Rev. Peter Robinson, Archbishop.
September 20-26, Trinity XVI
Newport News, Virginia
The Rev. Thomas Crowder, Rector.
Sept 27 - Oct 3, Trinity XVII
St. Michael the
Archangel, Frederick, Maryland – The Rev. Pothin Ngyele, Priest-in-Charge.
October 4-10, Trinity XVIII
Clergy in the Anglican Catholic Church - its Bishops, Priests, and Deacons.
October 11-17, Trinity XIX
The Mission of
All Angels, Springfield, Virginia – The Rev. Carleton Clarke, Priest-in-Charge.
October 18-24, Trinity XX
Fredericksburg, Virginia – The Rev. Jeffrey Edmunds, Rector.
October 25-31, Trinity XXI
Province of Christ the King – The Most Rev. James Provence, Archbishop.
November 1-7, Trinity XXII
Saluda, Virginia – The Rev. Jeffrey Johnson, Priest-in-Charge.
November 8-15, Trinity XXIII
Faithful Departed, Clergy and Laity, of the Anglican Catholic Church,
especially those of this Diocese.
November 15-21, Trinity XXXIV
Mission, Warrenton, Virginia – The Rev. Arthur Rosales, Priest-in Charge.
November 22-28, Sunday
Next Before Advent
The Churches of
the Ancient Patriarchates: Alexandria, Antioch, Constantinople, Jerusalem, and
Nov. 29 - Dec. 5 - Advent I
The Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic
The Rt. Rev. Donald Lerow, Bishop