The Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) Leadership

Leadership of Mission

The structure of The Anglican Mission in America is simple so as to keep the mission of AMiA central. As a people of shared vision and values, mission is what we do, and society is how we organize.

AMiA Organization of Mission

As an Anglican Society of Mission and Apostolic Works operating under a Constitution that orders our common life, direct oversight of The Mission is provided by The Apostolic Vicar and leaders he has raised to serve alongside him, known as the Office of the Apostolic Vicar. The Apostolic Vicar himself is appointed and receives delegated authority by The College of Consultors, a group of global Anglican bishops who serve as the ultimate guardians and overseers to preserve the vision of The Mission.

AMIA LEADERSHIP

APOSTOLIC VICAR
The Rt. Rev. Philip H Jones

RECTOR GENERAL
Mr. Mike Blanchat
mike@theamia.org

ECCLESIASTICAL AFFAIRS
The Rev. Canon Ryan Owsley,
Canon for Ecclesiastical Affairs
ryan@theamia.org

COUNSELORS GENERAL
The Very Rev. Dr. Allen Hughes,
Counselor General for Leadership Advancement and Mission Stewardship
allen@theamia.org

The Very Rev. Dr. Robert Grant,
Counselor General for Military Affairs
Department of Defense Endorsing Agent for the AMiA,
Regional Vicar for the AMiA Vocational Chaplains
robert@theamia.org

CONFERENCE OF AMiA MISSIONARY AND EMISSARY BISHOPS
The Rt. Rev. Philip Jones
The Rt. Rev. Alexander Maury (Sandy) Greene
The Rt. Rev. Matthew Kessler
The Rt. Rev. Daniel Scott

CONFERENCE OF AMiA MISSIONARY BISHOPS EMERITUS
The Rt. Rev. John Hewitt Rodgers, Jr. (Retired)
The Rt. Rev. Charles H Murphy, III (Deceased, 1947-2018)

 

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