The Continuing Anglican Church’s journey began in 1921. 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 in 1921.
Posted on September 19th, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE:
The Continuing Anglican Church received this congratulatory message from the Worldwide Anglican Church.
After our Lord Jesus had ascended to Heaven, and the Holy Spirit had moved through the blessed Apostles, in order to fulfill “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you,” they had to separate with great courage and conviction to do as they had been instructed. Thus, it is no different for us today. His Grace the Most Rev. ++ Dr Isaac Shunsuke Sato now has the huge responsibility of moving on from the WAC to lead God’s new Church – The Continuing Anglican Church (COACH) as its Patriarch and Presiding Bishop. All of us in the WAC wish him, his clergies and congregations God’s speed, protection, grace, favor, and blessings.
Announcement | Sept 18th, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE:
We, the Continuing Anglican Church arrived at a PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT with the Worldwide Anglican Church on Sept 18th, 2019.
We, the Continuing Anglican Church and the Worldwide Anglican Church agreed that the two churches retain (1) common explanatory on the division in the mutual records, (2) mutual cooperation and protect the good name of our mutual Apostolic Succession and Founding Fathers, and (3) ensure the freedom of spontaneous transfer of all clergies regardless of rank.
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Posted on August 28th, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE:
The Continuing Anglican Church Consistory, on August 28th, 2019, approved the appointment of The Rt Revd Michael Tetsuya Kawaguchi of the Continuing Anglican Church, in accordance of the Constitution and Canons of the Continuing Anglican Church, to the Auxiliary Bishop attached to the Province of Japan.
Announcement | August 21st, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE:
“CONCORDAT OF INTERCOMMUNION We, The Most Rev. Eric Escala, Archbishop of The Anglican Orthodox Episcopal Church and The Most Rev. Isaac Sato, Archbishop and Primate of The Continuing Anglican Church do hereby enter into a Concordat of Intercommunion between our two faith communities, each a part of the Body of Christ. 21st August 2019“
Posted on August 15th, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE:
The Continuing Anglican Church Consistory, on August 15th, 2019, approved the appointment of The Rt Revd Titus Hikaru Yamaguchi of the Continuing Anglican Church, in accordance of the Constitution and Canons of the Continuing Anglican Church, to the Lead Bishop for the Continuing Anglican Church of the Province of Japan and Bishop of Kobe.
Announcement | August 15th, 2019, by the OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE
“THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE informs all the faithful that today 15th August 2019, The Anglican Church Of Japan has officially joined the Continuing Anglican Church. The Anglican Church Of Japan joins with their Dioceses and Bishops.”
Posted on August 12th, 2019, by THE OFFICE OF THE PRIMATE:
The Continuing Anglican Church Consistory, on August 12th, 2019, elected The Most Revd Isaac Shunsuke Sato of Japan, in accordance with the Constitution and Canons of the Continuing Anglican Church, to Archbishop Primus inter pares and Primate of the Continuing Anglican Church.