The Book of Common Prayer: A Unifying Resource

After growing up Catholic and working in Baptist and non-denominational churches for several years, Mark+ Walz was introduced to Anglicanism through his wife, Cate’s, family. He serves as a Church Planter in Residence at All Saints Dallas. In this blog, Mark+ shares how The Book of Common Prayer has added a meaningful dimension to his personal [...]

2020-01-11T20:31:44-06:00August 16th, 2018|Anglicanism|Comments Off on The Book of Common Prayer: A Unifying Resource

What is an Anglican?

Ryan+ Owsley serves the AMiA as the Director of Ecclesiastical Affairs and is the Associate Pastor of St. Andrew's Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. He graduated magna cum laude from Ouachita Baptist University with a degree in philosophy and ethics. He graduated with honors from the UALR Bowen School of Law, and served for 10 [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:37-05:00August 9th, 2018|Anglicanism|Comments Off on What is an Anglican?

From the Apostolic Vicar: Return from Sabbatical

I want to thank everyone for their prayers during the past 10 weeks of sabbatical. It has truly been renewing, restoring, reinvigorating and refreshing. Almost any word that begins with "re" aptly describes the sabbatical experience. Claudia and I so appreciate those of you who recommended and encouraged me to take this time away. Return [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:37-05:00August 2nd, 2018|Anglicanism, Spiritual growth|Comments Off on From the Apostolic Vicar: Return from Sabbatical

Good Friday: The Bizarre Mission of Surrender

By Robert+ Cook, Rector of St. Andrews Church, Little Rock, AR When I think of Good Friday, the word that most clearly comes to mind is surrender. I hear the echo of Jesus’ words as He prayed this most intimate prayer to His Father: “Abba, Father! All things are possible to you; take this cup [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:39-05:00March 29th, 2018|Anglicanism, Church Life, Spiritual growth|Comments Off on Good Friday: The Bizarre Mission of Surrender

2018 Winter Conference Wrap UP

Nearly 200 clergy and lay members from AMiA churches joined their guests and others interested in learning more about building three stream Anglican churches and new worshiping communities for Winter Conference 2018. Focused on the theme “Come & See, Go & Tell”, we were encouraged to “Come & See” with fresh eyes, looking at God, [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:39-05:00March 15th, 2018|Anglicanism, Church Life, Spiritual growth, Winter Conference|Comments Off on 2018 Winter Conference Wrap UP

Meeting God During Lent

As we enter Lent, we consider what it means to put earthly things to death. This week, Chris+ Myers, Associate Rector of St. Bartholomew’s in Dallas, suggests questions we should ask ourselves in this season. “Put to death therefore what is earthly in you: sexual immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and covetousness, which is idolatry. [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:39-05:00February 14th, 2018|Anglicanism|Comments Off on Meeting God During Lent

Apolo2/Musa Formation Program 2017

Last month, 11 members of the Anglican Mission traveled to Gisenyi, Rwanda and Kagera, Tanzania for the third installment of the Apolo2 and Musa formation programs. Each program took place over the course of a week, offering clergy members of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Tanzania the opportunity for further theological training as [...]

Advent Around the Mission

As this Advent season draws to a close, we would like to profile, albeit briefly, the numerous ways some of our member churches are serving and loving their communities. Grace Northridge in San Antonio, Texas, once again reached out to Lamar Elementary School, this time by creating the Loving Lamar Christmas Store. They not only [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:50-05:00December 22nd, 2016|Anglicanism, Church Life|Comments Off on Advent Around the Mission