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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. The 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. If this is something familiar to you or something you've been searching for - we welcome you to join us to worship our Lord and Savior in the beauty of Holiness. If this is something new or something that interests you - we welcome you to explore the information here (and on the Anglican Catholic Church website) and hope that you will consider visiting one of our many parishes in the mid-Atlantic (Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia) region. If you would like more information on the Anglican Catholic Church, the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic States or any of the DMAS parishes, please send us an E-mail. If you would like to submit a prayer request, ask for a priest to visit you or a loved one at home or in the hospital, or receive information in regards to setting up an Anglican mission, Baptism, Confirmation, Rules for Marriage, Annulments, Church Membership, or if you just have a general question; please follow this link to request more information.
The Right Reverend Donald Lerow Bishop Ordinary E-mail the Bishop View the Bishop's Welcome Note here and his calendar of visitations here. The Venerable C. Thomas McHenry Archdeacon E-mail the Archdeacon The Reverend Sam Marshall Catlin, Vicar General Email the Vicar General Diocesan Officers Deborah Weaver - Secretary Send an E-mail Diocesan Office Address: 9957 Morristown Place Waldorf, Md 20603 Kief Tackaberry - Treasurer Send an E-mail John Taylor - Ast. Treasurer Send an E-mail
Diocesan Newsletter THE CREDO Vol. 1 No. 3 (Jul. 2014) Vol. 1 No. 2 (Mar. 2014) Vol. 1 No. 1 (Dec. 2013) Upcoming Diocesan Events (For Full Calendar Click Here) December 13 (7pm) A Festival of Lessons & Carols, Hosted by the DMAS Galilee Region (Centreville, VA - Church of the Ascension) January 31, 2015 (9am-3pm) - Pre-Lenten Retreat (Hosted by the DMAS Galilee Region) Location TBD March 13-14, 2015 - DMAS Lenten Retreat (Staunton, VA) April 27-28, 2015 - DMAS Spring Clergy Meetings (Shaloam House, Montpilier, VA) June 11-13, 2015 - Diocesan Synod (Frederick, MD) July 12-18, 2015 - DMAS Youth Summer Camp (Camp Hanover - Mechanicsville, VA)
Diocesan Cycle of Prayer Downlad 2014-15 Cycle of Prayer We ask that all include those parishes, dioceses, and associated clergy listed below in your daily prayers during their assigned week. Thank You! December 7-13, Advent 2 The Parishes of the Patrimony St. Josephs Church, San Mateo, CA. December 14-20, Advent 3 The Diocese of the Midwest The Rt. Rev. Rommie M. Starks, Bishop Ordinary. December 21-27, Advent 4 St. Johns, Virginia Beach The Rev. Robert Whitaker, Rector. Dec. 28 - Jan. 3, Holy Innocents St. Stephen's, Clifton Forge, The Ven. C. Thomas McHenry, Jr. Rector. January 4-10, Christmas 2 St. Thomas of Canterbury, Roanoke, The Rev. Paul Beutell, Rector; The Rev. Marvin Gardner, Priest Associate; The Rev. Dennis Sossi, Priest-in-Residence. January 11-17, Epiphany 1 The Church of the Epiphany, Amherst, The Rev. Don Poff, Priest-in-Charge.
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