Christ Anglican Church was founded in 2008. It is a community of people dedicated for the propagation of the gospel and fulfilling the mandate of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We are evangelical, charismatic, orthodox and Anglo-Catholic. The church from time had received Episcopal assistance from Anglican bishops from Nigeria. Christ Anglican church is affiliated to Convocation of Anglicans in North American which is a mission of Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion). Christ Anglican Church is also a founding parish of the newly constituted Anglican Diocese of the South; a newly established member of the Anglican Church in North America.
Christ Anglican Church is located in Cobb County and has been serving people from all walks of life throughout metro Atlanta. We are a growing Church and are seeking to reach people who are hopeless in this hopeless world. All of our worship and ministries are currently based at at our facility at 840 Smyrna Powder Springs Road in Marietta. We are currently in the process of planning to build a new church building to serve the community and to build up lives in Christ.
What is an Anglican Church Anyway?
Actively Evangelical... Thoroughly Orthodox
The Anglican Church is one of the oldest and most wide-reaching of the Protestant denominations. Espousing the best ideas of the Reformation, along with the richness and beauty of historic Catholic liturgy; the Anglican Church represents a bridge from the ancient tradition and beliefs of the early Christian Church to the modern, evangelism and Spirit-filled experience that characterizes contemporary Christian worship.
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What We Believe..
* Jesus Christ is the One & only begotten Son of God.
* God is the Father, Son, & Holy Spirit; undivided in unity as One.
* The Bible is complete, inerrant, & fully sufficient unto salvation.
*. We profess the Nicene, Athanasian, & Apostles Creeds.
* Jesus is the Truth, the Light, & the Way... The only name given under heaven unto salvation.
* The gifts of the Holy Spirit that were given on the Day of Pentecost.
* That wherever three or more are gathered in Christ’s name, so shall Christ be present.