The Anglican Catholic Church
Faith, Apostolic Order, Orthodox Worship, & Evangelical Witness.
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The church is holy
The first mission of the Church is the worship of Almighty God. And it is in this context that the holiness of individual members is realized. Our worship is elegant, respectfully formal, essentially timeless in its form and attitude. That does not make it an historic relic or a sterile ritual. Rather it is a structured worship that allows the individual mastery over its elements and the ability to pray the liturgy on a deeply personal basis.
Yes, our prayers are largely “written down,” but this is so we may use them as familiar and personal avenues to God. Nothing to our mind is more productive of passivity in worship than to have someone else pray for you in ways and words you are hearing for the first time and which cannot be your own (or with which you may, in fact, disagree!). Our liturgy provides the foundation for personal holiness, for the continuing process of each member to stretch and reach and grow in God’s grace.
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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.
The Church of God and our experience in a life of prayer effects everyone differently. Some of our faithful share their personal experiences why they are members of the Anglican Catholic Church. Visit a church today to learn more.
I was baptised and confirmed at Saint John's Anglican Catholic Church. Now that I am in University, I happy that I can take a break from my fast-paced life every Sunday morning and spend some quiet time with God and His people.
As a priest in the Anglican Catholic Church, and a Benedictine Monk, I find that our traditional rhythm of prayer and liturgy helps me to indeed keep close to God and His people through prayer and deeds.
I am in the ACC because it is the Church. St. Thomas of Canterbury (Church) tries hard to practice the true faith of Christ once given.