7 Principles for Anglican Church Planting

Posted on May 10, 2023

This article is adapted from Dan Alger’s book: “Word and Sacrament: Ancient Traditions for Modern Church Planting.” 1. Anglican Church Planting Begins With Submission Our church planting work does not begin with our plans and our vision; our planting work starts in submission. If you want a megachurch and a book deal, don’t plant an…

Liturgy Moves Us Toward Mission

Posted on January 18, 2023

We are pleased to share this interview with Winfield Bevins, author of Liturgical Mission and Simply Anglican. The interview was edited for clarity and length. Why were you interested in writing about liturgy and mission? The book comes out of my own experience. I write and teach about liturgy and mission. The book is also a convergence of…

New Wineskins: One Mission

Posted on September 21, 2022

New Wineskins hosts the largest Anglican-focused missions conference in the world. The 2022 conference is September 22-25, just outside Asheville, NC. There will be four days of outstanding teaching and workshops with 120+ speakers! Register for the free livestream here or visit the website here. The goal is for hundreds of people attending the conference…

Winfield Bevins on “Liturgical Mission”

Posted on September 18, 2022

The following is excerpted from “Liturgical Mission” by Winfield Bevins, published by IVP. Winfield is also the author of “Simply Anglican,” published by Anglican Compass. The word mission comes from the Latin word missio, and simply means “sending” or “being sent.” If we are sent, then there must be a sender. From a Christian perspective,…

Story of a Multicultural Church Plant

Posted on December 16, 2015

With over 337 languages, the United States has become one of the most multicultural and multilingual nations on earth. To meet the challenge, the Anglican Church in North America has embraced a broad range of individuals who are carrying out the church planting mission. Through this diversity, one can see that one size does not…