The AMiA Attitude of Generosity

Generosity of heart is at the core of the Christian life. We freely share the love of Christ because freely we have received and freely we give. In the same way we are called to share physical resources with joy. The Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) grows through the 10/10/10 Principle of Giving. We encourage our AMiA Churches and Works to teach generosity and stewardship, not as something that ought to be done, but rather as an attitude of discipleship. And, in turn, the AMiA Churches, Chaplains and Works give 10% of their base to support the ongoing work of the AMiA; mainly through the Living the Mission fund.

The Anglican Mission in America invites you to join with us in this culture of generosity with a financial gift. For information about other opportunities and methods of giving please contact us at the AMiA Office for the Apostolic Vicar.

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Living the Mission

Our primary call as a missionary movement is to reach those outside the church through church planting. Funds for Living the Mission go to establish new congregations in the US, supporting the growth of current AMiA works and providing for new communities of faith, church planters and their families. Join with us in reaching the lost for Jesus Christ through your generous gift.

Donate to the Mission

The Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) places a high value on identifying, training and developing leadership as well as “telling our story”. The AMiA Office for the Apostolic Vicar leads the centralized tasks necessary to fulfilling our ministry with creativity and commitment. We invite you to join us on mission.

ECFA Accredited

As a matter of faithful stewardship of our resources, The Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) is committed to conducting its financial affairs with excellence. Accreditation with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) is an expression of our high standard of accountability for governance, financial management and stewardship.
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