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Our Anglican Roots  -  Practically, Anglican Christianity is rooted in the ancient faith and practice of the first century church and developed in the English Reformation.  Driven by a missionary focus, Anglicanism has been about the work of making disciples for over 500 years and has expanded into a global church.

Read it all in AMiA.

Maintain the passion for the mission:

We are a passionately evangelistic community that believes that the whole world needs whole Word… God invites us all to come ‘just as we are’ and be prepared to change, as He transforms us into the image of His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.

Bishop Murphy said it best when he said:

“I believe what we are called to do has been clear…we are a missionary outreach of Rwanda…we are not a denomination… We’ve been given a bias towards action in a very exciting, in-between time in the life of the church…we will maintain, as a part of our strategy, this passion for the mission. We won’t get deflected and distracted…we need to open up to the Spirit to maintain the passion for the mission. You cannot fake passion!”  Bishop Chuck Murphy, AMiA 2006 Winter Conference).

Also, we recommend looking at AMiA Emmaus Network - This is the regional collection of Anglican Churches located in Central Florida.  Our leadership attends monthly meetings and semi-annual retreats to keep up on all developments of AMiA.

Commitment to Jesus Christ:

As a member of the AMiA, the Anglican Church of the Word believes that:

Salvation is found in Jesus Christ alone who is the only begotten Son of the Living God. Through Him, all who come to Him by faith and repent of their sins, receive forgiveness through Christ’s death on the Cross and live in newness of life through the transforming power of the Holy Spirit. This new life of faith is to be marked by a joyful obedience to Jesus Christ, to God’s Word and to the leading of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 16:15-16; Ephesians 2:4-10; 2 Corinthians 5:21; Galatians 5:22-25).



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