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In the firm conviction that
"we shall be saved through the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ,"
"there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved,"
and acknowledging our duty to proclaim Christ's saving Truth to all peoples, nations and tongues, we declare our intention to hold fast the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Faith of God.
Around the TAC
Anglican Catholic Chronicle
Church of Torres Strait News
Comisión del Ministerio
Diócesis Misionera Anglicana de Centro América y México Bishop Michael Gill
Christians on the move!
Contributions to the TAC support the Traditional Anglican Communion and its missions with members in 44 countries.
The Whit Sunday after Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ
The Rt Rev Michael Gill,
Bishop of Pretoria and Southern Africa and
Secretary of the College of Bishops offers a teaching PowerPoint to use to assist in teaching the Discipline of Fasting, useful to both Youth or older folk.
Ad Clerum from Archbishop Samuel Prakash, Acting Primate of the
Traditional Anglican Communion to all our clergy and people
Whitsunday and Trinity Message from The Most Rev. Samuel P. Prakash
Easter Message from The Most Rev. Samuel P. Prakash
Good Friday Message from The Most Rev. Samuel P. Prakash
Press release by the College of Bishops
The College of Bishops, the highest legislative body within the Communion, affirmed by resolution its faithfulness to the TAC. The TAC will remain fully Anglican. While it receives, with thanks, the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum Coetibus from the Holy See, the TAC College of Bishops has voted as a Communion to decline the invitation. ...
...the College of Bishops resolved to commit itself to Mission and Evangelism, recognizing that the central purpose of God's people is to bring others to Christ. Several moving statements were made by members about the need to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a world deeply in need of hearing it. A program of equipping the saints for the work of Evangelism was supported by the College of Bishops with enthusiasm.
Our mission is to recall Anglicanism to its heritage, to heal divisions caused by departures from the Faith, and to build a vibrant church for the future based on powerful local leadership."
The Church seeks to uphold the Catholic Faith, Apostolic Order, Orthodox Worship and Evangelical Witness of the Anglican tradition within the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ. The Communion holds Holy Scripture and the ancient Creeds of the Undivided Church as authentic and authoritative, and worships according to the traditional Liturgies of the Church. Along with the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches, it is considered one of the three branches of the universal Catholic Church.
The Most Rev. Samuel P. Prakash
St. Peter's House
Secretary of the College of Bishops
The Traditional Anglican Church in Britain
The Founding document of
This inspiring document commits us to keeping the Faith that we have received.
The TAC is an Anglican Church with parishes in Africa, Australia, the Torres Strait, Canada, Central and South America, England, Ireland, India, Pakistan, Japan and the United States.
The TAC is governed by the international College of Bishops.
Languages of the TAC
The TAC worships and conducts its meetings in many languages including Hindi, the many of the languages of Africa, Spanish, the languages of the Australian Torres Strait, and English.
|Each bishop promises at his consecration to observe the Concordat,
the document that regulates the conduct of the bishops and the life of the TAC.
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