The mission of the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) is to raise up, release and support three-stream Anglican leaders, planters and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in the United States.

Built upon the common tradition of Anglican liturgical worship and the three streams of Scripture, Sacrament and Spirit, we are connected to the Anglican Communion and the worldwide community of missionaries through the care of the College of Consultors and our Global Partners.

We invite you to join us in the raising up of new leaders who live in the love of God, minister in the peace of Christ and serve in the power of the Holy Spirit.

To find churches affiliated with the Anglican Mission in America, click here.

Below are articles about some AMiA churches.

St. Patrick’s: Seeing The Blessing in God’s Pace

Though in hindsight, it’s easy to see how God has worked through changes in the church, the decisions to move and to hire a new staff member were both big leaps of faith. “We were all wrestling with if we should jump into this. It would be something that would stretch us for sure,” Mark+ shares. He recalls a clarifying question raised in one of the conversations about the potential shifts: “What will happen if we don’t do this?”

All In

Racial injustice is a symptom of a much deeper problem. Racism is another way of not loving your neighbor as yourself. I believe that true and lasting change will only come as we in the church reorder our lives around the life of Christ.

Lenten Reflections: Teaching Us to Wait

I did not grow up in a church that observed Lent, but I have grown to long for this season that is set apart to be a reminder of our human limitedness and our need for Christ’s offering of Himself. This Lent, I have been particularly burdened by that frequent theme of the Psalms: the apparent success of the wicked.

Witches, Worship and Why I’m Anglican

The names change. The denominations change. The ages vary. The story remains the same.

What do we mean by “three streams”?

How do the Scriptures, Sacraments and Spirit come together as a great river of worship? Apostolic Vicar Philip Jones shares practical ways the "three streams" are evident within Anglican Mission in America churches.

Coffee With a Friend: Jay+ Wright, Part 2

[Read Part 1 ] On July 1, 2018 All Saints Dallas East became St. Bartholomew’s. We followed up with Jay+ Wright, rector of this newly independent church, to hear how God has been working at St. Bartholomew’s as they take this significant step, and what Jay+ sees in the years to come. Congratulations! What was…

St. Bartholomew’s – Called Forth Into Being

Over time, I began to find myself in this name, St. Bartholomew. I had felt led to this church out of a desperate need to be refreshed, to be allowed to engage in the seasonality and patient process of becoming who God has created me to be.

Coffee With a Friend: Jay+ Wright, Part 1

Here's the exciting thing: watching our people take ownership. They're stepping up and seeing the need. They’re hearing the call from God, and watching God make all of this happen.

Reaching Dallas Through Alpha

"I love the look on people’s faces when we talk about “Does God Heal Today?” It’s a beautiful thing to see people realized that yes, the Lord is up close and personal to us." David+ Larlee