Identity, Authority and Accountability

By Bryan+ Patrick Let’s begin by doing something that our beloved Bishop Chuck used to do all the time: Let’s throw a skunk on the table. My guess is that most of us reading this blog have not taken the time to read the new constitution for our mission society and, unless someone twists your [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:32-05:00March 28th, 2019|Leadership, News Around the Mission|Comments Off on Identity, Authority and Accountability

The AMiA Considers a New Constitution

By Rob Shafer, member of the AMiA Board of Directors At the General Assembly held in Dallas in September 2018, a supermajority of the delegates considered a new constitution for the Anglican Mission. Members and friends of the Anglican Mission may well ask, “Why was this important, and what does it accomplish?” […]

2019-07-04T00:58:32-05:00March 21st, 2019|News Around the Mission|Comments Off on The AMiA Considers a New Constitution

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 [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:35-05:00October 30th, 2018|Anglicanism, Church Calendar, News Around the Mission|Comments Off on All the Saints Celebrating the Feast of All Saints

Mission Forms New Partnerships With Congo Dioceses

This spring, The Mission received signed concordats from the Diocese of Kindu and the Diocese of Bukavu, both located in the Democratic Republic of Congo. These concordats confirm mutually beneficial partnerships with The Mission under the oversight of Canon Kevin Donlon. “The Anglican Mission is blessed to have the Dioceses of Bukavu and Kindu as [...]

2019-07-04T00:59:06-05:00March 31st, 2015|Ministry Partners, News Around the Mission|Comments Off on Mission Forms New Partnerships With Congo Dioceses

Esteemed Chaplain and Mission Ambassador Retires

A preeminent chaplain endorsed by The Mission, Chaplain Colonel Michael Grubbs retired in January after 32 years of service as a chaplain in the United States Air Force. Most recently Grubbs was Wing Chaplain at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita County, Texas, responsible for the spiritual welfare of 75,000 Army, Marine, Navy and Air [...]

2019-07-04T00:59:06-05:00March 31st, 2015|Church Life, Leadership, News Around the Mission|Comments Off on Esteemed Chaplain and Mission Ambassador Retires

Concordat Established with New Mission Partner

Last November, The Rev. Canon Kevin Donlon, The Mission’s Canon for Ecclesiastical Affairs, traveled to southern Madagascar for the signing of a Concordat with the Diocese of Tulear—a young Diocese and new Mission Partner for The Mission. The Diocese is led by young, mission-driven clergy overseeing five or six congregations, typically assisted by a lay evangelist [...]

2019-07-04T00:59:08-05:00December 21st, 2014|Anglicanism, Ministry Partners, News Around the Mission|Comments Off on Concordat Established with New Mission Partner

Apostolic Vicar Visits Florida Network

Apostolic Vicar Philip Jones visited the Florida Network of Mission Parishes on Saturday, September 13, at Prince of Peace Parish in Melbourne, Florida. Network Leader the Very Rev. Donald Curran of Christ the King in Ocala, Florida, graciously hosted the event. The day opened with prayer and praise, and Bishop Jones spent the morning sharing [...]

2019-07-04T00:59:08-05:00November 3rd, 2014|Church Life, News Around the Mission|Comments Off on Apostolic Vicar Visits Florida Network

The Man Behind the Mission’s New Look (Part 2 of 2)

The second part of a Q&A with pioneering designer  Robbie de Villiers, who created The Mission’s website and signature font, Ellume. Read part one here. What is your personal favorite among the fonts you have developed and why? Robbie: I love Ellume. I believe Ellume is the first and only typeface created for a church [...]

Living the Mission Day Brings Unity, Joy to Spartanburg Church

All Saints Church Spartanburg was delighted to present a thank offering to the Lord and to The Mission on Living the Mission Day, February 2. Affirming its role in something bigger, the parish experienced connection with other parishes and recommitment to The Mission itself while giving sacrificially to support church planting. Like many parishes, All [...]

2019-07-04T00:59:20-05:00April 3rd, 2014|Church Life, Church planting, Events, News Around the Mission|Comments Off on Living the Mission Day Brings Unity, Joy to Spartanburg Church

Pensacola Church Caps Alpha Marriage Course with Renewal of Vows

The Mission Anglican Church (TMAC) in Pensacola, Florida, offered Alpha’s seven-session The Marriage Course this winter, helping to “warm up” couples both within the church and from the community at large. It was the church’s second time to host the class. “The last time we offered The Marriage Course, we were expecting maybe 10-12 couples [...]

2019-07-04T00:59:20-05:00April 3rd, 2014|Church Life, News Around the Mission|Comments Off on Pensacola Church Caps Alpha Marriage Course with Renewal of Vows