Our parishes throughout the United States are organized regionally. Our Cathedral Parish, Good Shepherd Orthodox Anglican Church, is located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Bishop-elect Creighton Jones, Rector, and Fr. James Murray, Curate care for the souls of that parish in addition to their duties serving the Communion.
The Mid-Atlantic States:
- St. Timothy’s Anglican Church, Poquoson, Virginia, Revd Dr. Paul K. Hubbard, Rector
- St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, Richmond, Virginia, Revd Dr. Paul K. Hubbard, Priest-in-charge
- Anglican Uka Ndi Igbo, The Bronx, New York, Fr Nnaji Benjamin, Vicar
- St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Bryson City Fr Rusty Marts, Rector
- St. Philip the Evangelist Anglican Church, Charlotte Bishop Tom Gordon, Rector
- Christ the Pantocrator Ministry, Hartford City, Indiana, Fr Robert Kovacs, Vicar
- St Barnabus’ Orthodox Anglican Mission, Le Mars, Iowa, Michael Wolfe, Lay Missioner
- St. Thomas the Apostle, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, The Revd Dr Guy O Dunklee, Jr., Rector
The Revd Dr Paul K. Hubbard is the Director of the Ministry of Chaplains for the Orthodox Anglican Church. He has been appointed the official Agent for endorsement of military chaplains in the OAC. Fr. Hubbard is a retired Lieutenant in the US Navy where he served in both Vietnam and Desert Storm.
The Orthodox Anglican Church is the American branch of the Orthodox Anglican Communion: a global movement of Christians committed to the historic faith in the Anglican tradition.
We worship God using the traditional Book of Common Prayer and the Authorized Version of the Bible. We are led by Bishops who trace their Apostolic Succession through the Apostles of our Lord Jesus Christ and enjoy the same Episcopal Succession as the See of Canterbury, among others.
We believe and confess the three ancient Creeds of the Church: the Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed. We believe Holy Scripture is God’s written word. We believe in the genuine spiritual power of the sacraments. We believe in the power of God to heal the sick and broken-hearted. We believe that loyalty to our Lord is expressed by service to our fellowmen. We believe in the necessity of inward spiritual development and the outward amendment of life of every Christian. We stand for biblical faith and morality. Thus, we ordain only Godly men to Holy Orders and affirm that marriage is a sacred bond between a man and a woman.
Our purpose is to present our Lord Jesus Christ in Word and Sacrament, and to perpetuate and promote, with the help of Almighty God, the biblical Faith and Anglican doctrine, discipline, and worship as directed by the Book of Common Prayer.
We invite you to join us! Below are Orthodox Anglican Chaplains working within our Armed Forces.
The Revd Fr. Troy Allison, US Army