From the Apostolic Vicar: Importance of the Living the Mission Fund

Bishop Philip Jones explains more about how the Living the Mission Fund helps new AMiA works get underway. Related Articles: Living the Mission Fund Living the Mission: Equipped to Equip  

January 17th, 2019|From the Apostolic Vicar, New Works|

Blessings at Christmas

+Philip and the AMiA Team pray God’s blessings on you and yours for a joyous Christmastide. […]

December 24th, 2018|Events, From the Apostolic Vicar|

Living the Mission: Equipped to Equip

Caleb+ Miller and Ethan+ Harrison of Immanuel Anglican Church in Destin, Florida When Caleb+ Miller became rector of Immanuel Anglican Church in Destin, Florida in 2015, +Sandy Green had some words of advice. “He told me that one of the things any church has to do is to figure out where it's been [...]

December 20th, 2018|Evangelism and Outreach, New Works|

Living the Mission Fund

By Mike Blanchat, Rector General for the Anglican Mission in America Friends of the Anglican Mission, Advent greetings in the season of hope, peace, faith, joy and expectation! As we prepare for the coming of our King with anticipation and look forward to Christmas and the new calendar year, I have been much involved these [...]

December 13th, 2018|Church Life|

From the Apostolic Vicar: Under God’s Hand

Bishop Philip Jones reflects on the upheavals in our world through the lens of St. John's Revelation, assuring us that even though the world can seem out of control, it's not. Christ is King, and all is under God's hand of love. See also recent blogs about AMiA churches surviving and serving amid storms and [...]

November 29th, 2018|From the Apostolic Vicar|

Clarity, Purity and Unity Through Adversity

The floodwaters rise around The Abbey at Pawleys Island Hurricane Michael didn’t just pass over Pawley’s Island, South Carolina. It stopped over it, dumping a massive amount of rain on it and the surrounding region. When the storm finally moved on, the danger wasn’t over, however. The Abbey at Pawley’s Island, located on [...]

November 15th, 2018|Church Life|

Redemption in the Wake of a Hurricane

Members of All Saints and members of the Anglican Disaster Preparedness and Relief Team partnered to help many members of the church and their neighbors. Dave+ Linka, rector of All Saints Anglican Church in Newport, North Carolina, calls the night Hurricane Florence hit at full force “without doubt the scariest evening in my [...]

November 8th, 2018|Evangelism and Outreach|

All the Saints Celebrating the Feast of All Saints

by The Rev. Nowell Copley, All Saints Spartanburg This year, as we do each year on November 1, Christians around the world will celebrate the Feast of All Saints. We do this to commemorate the lives and ministries of those saints who have gone before us, particularly those who were very good at living faithful lives and having faithful ministries. […]

October 30th, 2018|Anglicanism, Church Calendar, News Around the Mission|

From the Apostolic Vicar: The Balance of Three Streams

Lead Bishop, Philip Jones, shares more about the unique way The Anglican Mission in America approaches life and worship within the Scripture, Sacrament and Spirit. For more on the three streams of AMiA see: The Vision of AMiA Blogs

October 26th, 2018|Anglicanism, From the Apostolic Vicar, Three Streams|

Witches, Worship and Why I’m Anglican

By Rev. Drew Witt, Founder and Lead Pastor of Gathering Midtown Church, San Antonio, Texas First, the Backstory I felt the call to plant a church in the summer of 2011. Honestly, I didn’t want to plant a church. In 2007 I helped start a church, and was comfortable being the number-two guy. I was [...]