This Diocese is a constituent member of the Anglican Communion, a Fellowship within the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church, consisting of those duly constituted Dioceses, Provinces and regional churches in communion with the See of Canterbury, upholding and propagating the historic Faith and Order as set forth in the Old and New Testaments and expressed in the Book of Common Prayer. The mission of the diocese is To Equip the Saints for the Work of Ministry.
Members of the Anglican Church in North America are in the mainstream, both globally and historically, of Christianity – the biblically-faithful way of following Jesus and being part of the “One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church”. As Anglicans, this orthodoxy is defined by and centered on our church’s classic formularies – the Book of Common Prayer, including the Ordinal, and the Thirty-nine Articles – which all point back to the authority of the Holy Bible and articulate foundational principles of the Anglican tradition throughout the world. We wholeheartedly embrace the Jerusalem Declaration, the founding declaration of the global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans, and the Theological Statement of the Common Cause Partnership – the precursor to the Anglican Church in North America.
The Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America (Spanish: Iglesia Anglicana del Cono Sur de América) is the ecclesiastical province of the Anglican Communion that covers the countries of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
Companion Diocese to the Diocese of Fort Worth.
Companion Diocese to the Diocese of Fort Worth.
An organization which exists to allow theologically conservative members of the Episcopal Church in the United States (ECUSA) to network with one another. It was incorporated in 1996 and is one of several key organizations in the movement for Anglican realignment.
The purpose of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) is to promote the organ in its historic and evolving roles, to encourage excellence in the performance of the organ and choral music, and to provide a forum for mutual support, inspiration, education, and certification of Guild members.
Project Canterbury is a free online archive of out-of-print Anglican texts and related modern documents. It was founded in 1999 and is an all-volunteer effort; it is not affiliated officially with any church body. Documents hosted on Project Canterbury are believed to be in the public domain unless otherwise indicated.
Search the Bible in English, German, Latin, French, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Finnish and a larger number of other languages.
Contains the words of structured (or liturgical) services of worship (as produced by The Episcopal Church).
Camp Crucis is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth. The Mission of Camp Crucis is to help individuals of all ages and all walks of life to develop in their daily walk with Christ; to deepen their sense of reverence and respect for themselves, for others and for God’s Creation and to deepen their personal relationship with God.
CommonPrayer.org is an independent, private ministry which was founded to assist those who use the 1928 Book of Common Prayer (BCP) for their daily devotions by providing the Order for Morning and Evening Prayer with the appropriate psalms, scripture readings and collects incorporated into the text, eliminating the need to flip pages and alternate between a BCP and Bible. Other features related to daily prayer, the liturgical year, and reference materials have been developed and added over time.
Cycles of Prayer as published by the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth
Forward in Faith North America defines itself as "a fellowship of Bishops, Clergy, Laity, Parishes and Religious Orders, who embrace the Gospel of Jesus Christ, who uphold the Evangelical Faith and Catholic Order which is the inheritance of the Anglican Way, and who work, pray and give for the reform and renewal of the Church with 'no compromise of truth and no limitation of love.'"
A news and theological forum for Global South Provinces in the Anglican Communion
of Church Terms
The International Order of Saint Vincent is a world-wide fellowship of lay ministers (Acolytes, Altar Guild [Sacristans], Chalicists, Choristers, Lay Eucharistic Ministers [L.E.M. I & II], Layreaders, Lectors, Vergers, Ushers and Greeters) associated with liturgy and sanctuary service in the western branches of the one One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.
An Anglo-Catholic seminary of the Episcopal Church located in Nashotah, Wisconsin, approximately 30 miles from Milwaukee, in the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee.
An online hymnal of tunes used in much of the English-speaking world, with particular emphasis on the Anglican tradition.
an impressive index of Saints' biographies
A list of churches that upholdstradition, the 39 Articles of Religion or the The Affirmation of St. Louis and the Creeds and believe the Bible is the word of God and that marriage is between one man and one woman.
The website of the Anglican Shrine
the Anglican Society dedicated to the glory of God and in honor of the Holy Incarnation, under the invocation of Our Lady, Help of Christians
An international Anglo-Catholic society of priests with members in the Anglican Communion, the Continuing Anglican Movement, and the Roman Catholic Church's Anglican Use. The society's name is abbreviated as SSC from the initials of the society's Latin name, Societas Sanctae Crucis.
These are links to parishes whose rectors are members of the Society of the Holy Cross (SSC).
Y.A.C.N.A. is a movement of the youth of the Anglican Church who find meaning in the traditions of our religion, and who have a firm foundation in the teachings of God's Word. We believe in "conservative", or "orthodox" Christianity, meaning we adhere to the traditional, or established faith. We strive to bring others to this faith through the teachings of the Old and New Testaments and through the Liturgy of the Church. We believe in one Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church.