THE CONTINUING ANGLICAN CHURCH
WARMLY WELCOMES YOU
CELEBRATING THE CENTENARY
Our journey began in 1921. Like most churches, we have adapted and grown over the decades as you will learn on Our History page. Our conviction to faithfully continue to share the richness of the love of God in an ever-changing world, through the expression of our beloved traditional Anglican faith, remains as true today as it did when our Founding fathers took the bold and obedient step of birthing our church.
We actively extend ourselves compassionately to all countries and communities to share the refreshment of our faith. We believe that together all things can be accomplished through Christ Jesus, and with His grace and mercy, we work together in a spirit of unity, respect, and trust to support one another and care for those in need.
During the 1960s and 1970s, our intrepid pioneers played a significant role in the fight against Apartheid in South Africa and worked with Dr Martin Luther King Jr during the Civil Rights Movement in the United States of America.
We pray, with this website, to reach lost souls and introduce them to the GRACE OF GOD, solely and steadfastly abiding by his Holy Word.
We invite you to look around our website where we hope you will find information that is of interest to you. We pray that your visit will be a blessing, and we warmly invite you to reach out to us with any questions or prayer requests.
We believe that traditional forms of Anglican faith and worship have been unacceptably revised and abandoned within Anglican Communion in recent decades and, therefore, that we are “continuing” and preserving both Anglican lines of apostolic succession and historic Anglican belief and practice.
“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.”
CONTINUING ANGLICAN CHURCH
Successful ordination service on Sunday 15th December at St Peter’s Church in Kijura, Uganda
Mighty God, thank you that you are the light of the world, guiding our steps on your path. You have promised that, if we abide in you, we will produce much fruit. Please help us to abide in you and lead your church with the power of your Holy Spirit working within us. Deliver us from every evil work, and preserve us towards your heavenly kingdom. To you be glory for ever and ever. Through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.
Successful ordination service on Sunday 15th December at St Peter’s Church in Kijura, Uganda.
New Emblem of the Province of Uganda
NEWS | Nov 16th, 2019, THE OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR
Introducing the new Emblem of the Province of Uganda (Arms of Archbishop of the Province of Uganda)
Appointment: New Archbishop of the Province of Uganda
Announcement | Nov 11th, 2019, THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE
Archbishop of the Province of Uganda
The Most Revd Prof. Jonathan Kyangasha
Effective Monday, November 11th, 2019.
Was educated at African Reformation Theological Seminary – Kampala, Uganda (MA in Theology) and Westminster Theological Seminary – Pennsylvania, USA (MDiv).
Made a deacon and ordained a priest at the Church of the Province of Uganda (Church of Uganda) – Anglican Communion. He served Archdeacon for the Ruwenzori Diocese of the Church of Uganda.
Consecrated and he was appointed to the Bishop of Ruwenzori of the Continuing Anglican Church of the Province of Uganda and successively appointed to the Archbishop of the Province of Uganda. (November 11th, 2019)
He has a passion for Theological Education and Ministerial Training. He was Chaplain at the Canon Apollo Teachers’ College and Lecturer at the Reformed Theological College in Kampala, Uganda and now the Head of Africa Trinity Theological College in Fort Portal, Uganda.
He was awarded the honorary title of Professor h.c. of Theology by the Continuing Anglican Church.
- Appointment: New Archbishop of the Province of Uganda
- The Most Revd Prof. Jonathan Kyangasha, the Most Revd Jimmy Bamuke and the Rt Revd Isaac Obitia Andama of Uganda has been rightfully transferred and received by the Continuing Anglican Church
- APPOINTMENT OF A NEW CHAIRMAN AT THE COMMUNION OF CONTINUING ANGLICANS
St Peter the Apostle
The Continuing Anglican Church owes its Episcopate and Apostolic Authority to the Syrian Church of Antioch where their disciples were first called Christians, and of which the See of St Peter the Apostle was the first Bishop. (See “Our History“)
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“St Peter” by Peter Paul Rubens(1577-1640)
Oil on panel (107 × 82 cm) – c. 1611. Housed in Museum Museo del Prado, Madrid.
St Peter was depicted holding a pair of keys, his common symbol: the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven.
THE CONTINUING ANGLICAN CHURCH
WELCOMES YOU WITH ♫ “PUNJABI MELODY”
Daniel Thambyrajah Niles (1908 – 1970)
arranged by Geoff Weaver (b. 1943)