Affirming the unique authority of the Scriptures, as God’s Word Written
The services of ordination and the catechism (teaching) commit ministers in The ANGLICAN Connection to ministries that are gospel-centered and pastoral
Affirming The Thirty-Nine Articles of the ANGLICAN Church as setting out the essential doctrine of the church
Affirming the theological and liturgical principles of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer (grounded in Archbishop Thomas Cranmer’s second Prayer Book of 1552)
WORD ON WEDNESDAY
by The Rev. John G. Mason, Founder and Chairman
‘The Dead are Raised…’
The subject of death is not something we usually discuss. It’s too personal and confronting. Yet it’s the ultimate certainty we all face. It’s why literature, film and philosophy so often dwell on the themes of our mortality. But it’s rare that anyone claims they can...
‘The Blind See…’
In our troubled world many long for the days of the great revivals – perhaps the days of the Wesleys and George Whitfield in England and in the US, or the years of Billy Graham, or the days of great revival in East Africa. Let me suggest we shouldn’t be discouraged....
The Challenges and the Opportunities of Gospel ministry…
Many today have never heard God’s gospel and so many others do not know what to believe. In Reformation Anglicanism, Archbishop Ben Kwashi of Northern Nigeria writes, “In much of the world today there are churches… everywhere and very many Christians, yet with little positive impact on society.”
At a time when many are in search of life’s meaning, The Anglican/Trinity Connection is a network committed to drawing from the biblical, theological and liturgical riches of the 16th century Reformation for the benefit of our 21st century mission.
We are committed to developing ministries that offer a fresh expression of biblical Christianity, and with it the opportunity for people to explore life’s deeper issues.
THE CONNECTION is a network of ministers, church leaders and members – not just Anglicans – who long to see God’s people growing in their faith, and more and more people in the wider community drawn to faith, connecting with vital, joyful, Christ-centered churches.
Gospel-centered (classic) Anglicanism has always insisted that the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ is ‘the word of truth’, and thus has focused on a rational ethos for its ministry, engaging in study and debate, as for example in the work of C.S. Lewis, J.R.W. Stott and J.I. Packer.
Rather than returning to the past, under God and inspired by his Spirit, we want the best of the past to speak into our life and gospel ministry today.
Christ in you, the hope of glory. It is he whom we proclaim warning everyone and teaching everyone in all wisdom, so that we may present everyone mature in Christ.