Partnering in a Christ-Centered Endeavor

After growing up Catholic and working in Baptist and non-denominational churches for several years, Mark+ Walz of All Saints Dallas was introduced to Anglicanism through his wife’s family. Last spring, as a newly ordained deacon, Mark+ shared how discovering The Anglican Mission and the three streams felt like coming home. Since then his sense of [...]

February 8th, 2018|Church planting, Ordination|

Retreat to Go Forward: Leadership Retreat at Luminous Parish

Photo from Father Chad Jarnigan. Preparing for the first Luminous Parish Leadership Retreat On July 30, 2017, in place of the homily, Father Chad Jarnagin and three vestry members addressed Luminous Parish for their first inaugural "State of the Church." They talked about where the congregation has been, what they are currently doing, [...]

September 5th, 2017|Church planting, Leadership|0 Comments

Coffee with a Friend: Dave Dejong

This week, Three Streams caught up with Dave Dejong, Administrator for the Anglican Mission in Canada, who is currently in the process of planting a new church in Nanaimo, British Columbia.  Tell us a little about yourself. I’m blessed to have been married to Megan for over 22 years and together we have two wonderful [...]

October 13th, 2016|Church planting|3 Comments

All Saints East: Watching and Responding

  “Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” Psalm 27 November 1, 2015, was a long awaited day for Father Jay Wright. On that day, more than 60 adults and 40 children gathered to worship, receive the Eucharist, witness two baptisms, and celebrate the launch of weekly worship [...]

January 21st, 2016|Church planting, Evangelism and Outreach|

Toronto Emmanuel Church: God’s Work and Invitation

  On October 10, 2015, the congregation of Toronto Emmanuel Church celebrated a very special Canadian Thanksgiving Day, offering gratitude to God for their new church building. The church hall is the newest addition to the campus of Vintage Garden, a senior housing complex that serves the Chinese community in Toronto. As they worshiped together, [...]

October 30th, 2015|Church planting|1 Comment

Why Missional Residency? An Interview with Brit Carpenter

Brit Carpenter and his wife, Katie, in Bali, Indonesia. If you’re looking for Heaven on Earth, Brit Carpenter will tell you it is in Bali, Indonesia, where he spent a year doing missionary work. Since living there, Carpenter has found his way to Texas, and now serves as a Missional Resident at Grace [...]

Churches Planted, Converts Baptized in The Mission India

Ivan and Felicita Sikha Despite the widespread influence of Hinduism, unreached people groups in India are receiving the gospel through the work of The Anglican Mission India. The Rev. Ivan Sikha, a deacon and church planter sent by New Covenant Anglican Church to start The Mission India in 2014, reports that a total [...]

Two Things You Should Know About Planting an Anglican Church

Who better to talk about the rewards and challenges of church planting than a church planter? The Rev. Brad Mathias of Four Winds Mission shares his experience planting an artistic, socially conscious community in the Anglican tradition.  Throughout the fall of 2009, I began to feel the stirrings. By January 2010, a "divine compulsion" had grown strong and [...]

December 20th, 2014|Church planting|1 Comment

Trinity Anglican Mission Launches Trinity Eastside

Trinity Eastside from Trinity Anglican Mission on Vimeo.

November 3rd, 2014|Church planting|

New Mission Work Launches With Prophetic Gathering

Three Streams Mission, a new Mission Work in Greenville, South Carolina, hosted a prophetic ministry gathering as its first event on Sunday evening, September 14. The event drew approximately 50 people from various Christian traditions in the Upstate, filling an unused office space to its maximum capacity. “Our vision is to be a three streams [...]

October 1st, 2014|Church planting, Spiritual growth|