As Anglicans, we are part of the Anglican Communion, which is a global relationship of churches that began with the English Reformation in the sixteenth century. The Anglican church is experiencing tremendous growth and renewal in many locations, particularly the developing world. There are over seventy million Anglicans in the world today, and the majority live in Africa and Asia.

Our worship is both ancient and modern. Anglicans have always upheld the Holy Scriptures as God’s Word, and we stand on the two great creeds, the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed, as the fundamental statements of Christian belief. We celebrate the sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper, as commanded by Jesus, and we uphold the historic order of Bishops in the administration of the church’s life and mission. Our approach to worship, based in ancient practice, engages the senses, connecting with both the heart and the mind. As a result, Anglican churches are in a unique place to capture the imagination of a society immersed in the images of the media and internet.

We are affiliated with the global Anglican church through the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) and the Diocese of Christ our Hope. The Diocese began as a missionary movement of the Anglican Church in Rwanda and remains closely connected to Rwanda. The mission of the Diocese is “to plant, build, and equip disciple-making Anglican churches, their people, and those who serve them.”

Our Archbishop

The Most Rev’d Dr. Foley Beach

The Most Reverend Doctor Foley Beach was elected the Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America on June 22, 2014. He is also the Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the South, headquartered in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. Archbishop Beach is a graduate of Georgia State University, the University of the South, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He began his ministry by serving teenagers through Young Life. Prior to serving as archbishop and bishop, he planted and led Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, Georgia. Archbishop Beach can be heard on radio stations in the U.S. and around the world via his teaching ministry, A Word from the Lord, and his One-Minute Message, an evangelism outreach to the unchurched. He and his wife are life-long Georgians and have two adult children.


Our Bishop

The Rt. Rev’d Steve Breedlove

The Right Reverend Steven Breedlove was born in Tyler, Texas, and attended Washington & Lee University and Dallas Theological Seminary. In 2005, he was ordained as an Anglican priest of the Church of Rwanda and served in pastoral leadership at Church of the Apostles. He was then sent out with a group from Church of the Apostles to plant All Saints Church of Chapel Hill/Durham. In June 2012, he resigned from parish ministry and was nominated to become a bishop. In October 2012, he was consecrated a bishop in the Anglican Church of Rwanda and the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA). Under the appointment of Archbishop Onesphore Rwaje, he served as the Presider of PEARUSA, the Missionary District of the Anglican Church of Rwanda to North America, until PEARUSA disbanded in 2016 and was more broadly absorbed into ACNA. He currently serves as the bishop of the ACNA Diocese of Christ Our Hope. Steve and his wife, Sally, were married in 1972, and together they have served in non-denominational community churches in the U.S. and Canada for 29 years. They have five children, all of whom are now married, and nine grandchildren.