About the ACC

IMG_4386St. Andrew and St. Margaret of Scotland is part of the world-wide Anglican Catholic Church (ACC).  The ACC was organized in 1977 following the Congress of St. Louis, a meeting of orthodox Anglicans and traditional Episcopalians who refused to accept the unorthodox changes and teachings within the Episcopal Church.

The ACC, along with it’s sister denominations the Anglican Province of Christ the King (APCK) and the United Episcopal Church of North America (UECNA), is part of the Continuing Anglican Movement, dedicated to the perpetuation of the Anglican tradition in matters of Faith, Morals, or Discipline.  These principles are articulated in the Affirmation of St. Louis, available on the ACC website (www.anglicancatholic.org).

Today, the Anglican Catholic Church is a world-wide denomination.  It provides a home for those committed to orthodox tradition and practice in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South America, Haiti, India, and Africa.