Have you been searching for a communion of Christians that practice the Christian faith according to its distinct, historical testimony where it is sacramental, evangelical, and Spirit-filled, and not simply one or the other?
Have you been desiring a liturgy that is conducive to Protestant Pentecostal worship and yet still grounded in the structure of the ancient liturgy before and after the rise of the State Church of the Roman Empire, and its successors the Orthodox and Roman Catholics?
Have you been seeking a body of Christians where the focal of worship is both the pulpit and the altar, as was done in the early Church led by the early Apostles of Jesus Christ?
Have you been looking for a group of like-minded, authentic men and women of God, who righteously pastor churches and ministries into greatness through Christ, as was done in the New Testament, growing small plant seeds into beautiful, fruitful trees that shall not be cast into the fire by the Harvester, Jesus Christ?
If the answer is yes to either of these questions then the Archbishop, Apostolic Council, House of Bishops, and all the Apostolic Communion of Churches would love to extend our hand of invitation to you!!!
We are the Apostolic Communion of Churches. We are not a loose fellowship, rather a full, true communion of disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ. We are sacramental, evangelical, and Spirit-filled as the early Church was. We have valid apostolic succession, following in continuity from what the Apostles of Christ taught, and not merely seeing it as a means of validation or special status as other bodies within the faith do. We ordain men and women to the diaconate, presbyterate, and episcopate in the Apostolic Communion of Churches, as was also practiced in the early Church (with women deacons stemming from the Scriptures and women presbyters and bishops operating throughout further history in the Montanist tradition and some in Rome before their demise under the state church). We believe in the three historic Christian creeds—the Apostles', Nicene, and Athanasian. We believe the 66 books of the Bible of the Old and New Testaments to be the Word of God, to be preached line-upon-line and precept-upon-precept, as was also believed beforehand. And we believe in the Holy Trinity—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.