Welcome to Christ Anglican Church, 840 Smyrna Powder Springs Rd. Marietta, Ga 30060 USA. Tel: (770) 444-0027 or (678) 837-8068........You are cordially invited to .........HER 2013 HARVEST AND BAZAAR, Date: Sunday November 13, 2011 ....Venue: Ron Anderson Recreation Center, 3820 Macedonia Rd, Powder Springs, GA 30127...Time:10:30 AM

 

About the Church

 

We are Evangelical in that we believe in and actively endeavor to fulfill the Great Commission, "Go out into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature..." (Mark 16:15 KJV). The life of the Church is in it's ability to reach the least and the lost among humanity. The Gospel, which means "Good News" is the message that Jesus Christ came to redeem us all from the wages of sin by His death upon the wooden cross of calvary and in His resurrection and ascension into heaven. Now, it doesn't matter who you are, what clothes you wear, or how much you've sinned; God still loves you and wants you. John 3:16 tells us very plainly. "For God so loved the world, that He sent His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life."

We are Charismatic in that we believe in the works and the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Since the day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit has worked in the lives and the examples of God's people to effect healing, the speaking of tongues, the gifts of prophecy, and other means that were mentioned in scripture. We attest to the veracity of holy scripture and we profess that God still works through miracles

We are Anglo-Catholic and orthodox. We profess the ancient faith that was delivered once and for all time through the apostles. We believe that the bible is inerrant and that all that is necessary unto salvation is to be found within it's pages. We profess the ancient councils of the Church that has been handed down to us in the Apostle's, the Athanasian, and the Nicene Creeds. Being Anglo-Catholic is that our mode of worship is liturgical, espousing the beauty of the traditional worship of the early Church combined with the pragmatism of the English reformers of the Protestant Reformation.

 

We are a Mission-Oriented Church and orthodox. We profess the ancient faith that was delivered once and for all time through the apostles. We believe that the bible is inerrant and that all that is necessary unto salvation is to be found within it's pages. We profess the ancient councils of the Church that has been handed down to us in the Apostle's, the Athanasian, and the Nicene Creeds. Being Anglo-Catholic is that our mode of worship is liturgical, espousing the beauty of the traditional worship of the early Church combined with the pragmatism of the English reformers of the Protestant Reformation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Convocation of Anglicans in North America (*CANA)

CANA is the “Convocation of Anglicans in North America” which is a missionary district sponsored by the largest and most vibrant province of the Anglican Communion, the Church of Nigeria which at c.19 million members accounts for about 25% of the membership of the entire Anglican Communion. CANA’s members, who reflect a wide scope of ethnic and racial identities, embody a healthy balance of the catholic, evangelical, and charismatic streams of Anglican Christianity.

 

 

The Anglican Church in North America (*ACNA)

The Anglican Church in North America is a conciliar church where clergy and laity serve together in leadership. The Most Rev. Robert Duncan, bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh, serves as the Anglican Church in North America’s first Archbishop. Bishops meet together as the College of Bishops. Laity and clergy take leadership responsibility on the Provincial Council and during the Provincial Assembly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Anglican Diocese of the South (*ADOTS)

The Anglican Diocese of the South is a diocese of the Anglican Church in North America. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, we are comprised of Anglican parishes and missions in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. The Anglican Diocese of the South exists to equip clergy and congregations to fulfill the Great Commandments (Mk.12:29-31) and the Great Commission (Mt.28:19-20) by leading people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ through personal discipleship, evangelism, and the nurturing and planting of congregations.