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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

TEC Arrivals

This is the list for Episcopal Churches (TEC) planted since 2003 (currently can find 17 - updated May 08, 2008)

Alabama
St. Catherine's in Chelsea, Chelsea, AL [2/08]
Diocese: Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas
All Saints Episcopal Church, Bentonville, AR [6/07]

California
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Medera, CA [4/08]
Diocese: Episcopal Diocese of San Joachim

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, Glasgow, DE [08]
Diocese: Delaware

Florida

Georgia

Hawaii

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana
Episcopal Church of All Souls, New Orleans, LA
Diocese: Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi
St. Alexis Episcopal Church, Jackson, MS [2006]
Diocese: Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

St. Catherine of Siena Episcopal, Reno, NV [2/07]
Diocese: Nevada

St. Martin's in the Desert Episcopal Church, Pahrump, NV [4/08 dedication]
Diocese: Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina
The Episcopal Church of the Advocate, Carrboro, North Carolina [launched 9-03]
Diocese: North Carolina


North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania
Grace Episcopal Church, Edgeworth, PA
Diocese: Pittsburgh

Charis247 Episcopal Church, Coraopolis, PA [2006]
Diocese: Pittsburgh

Three Nails Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh, PA [May 2003]
Diocese: Pittsburgh

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee
Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Franklin, TN [4/08]
Diocese: Tennessee

Texas
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, McKinney, TX [8/05]
Diocese: Dallas

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Prosper, TX [2007]
Diocese: Dallas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia
St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, Leesburg, VA [2003]
Diocese: Virginia

Washington
Church of the Apostles, Seattle, WA [2005]
Diocese: Olympia

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

4 comments:

David Handy+ said...

What a clever idea, using the airport analogy of arrivals and departures. I welcome a list of this sort.

Not surprisingly, this list seems quite incomplete. It's hard to keep up with what's happening around the country. I trust others will add to the list.

I'll just mention one church that clearly is an "arrival." My home church now is Eternity Anglican, in Richmond, VA. It is NOT a breakaway, but a brand new, start from scratch church plant, started in November, 2006, and affiliated with Uganda (Diocese of Luweero). We are greatly blessed to have David Singh+ as priest and senior pastor. He is a Tamil from Madras, South India, and a very wise and powerfully anointed man of God.

Arrivals and Departures said...

david handy+

Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting.

TEC Arrivals is a list of Episcopal Church plants. There have been some since GC03. Anglican churches of the non-TEC variety aren't a part of this site, but there are links on the right hand column that take you to Anglican organizations that have oversight of non-TEC US churches. The number beside the name of the organization is my count of how many churches are claimed by that organization.

I'm interested in TEC arrivals, churches that the Episcopal Church (TEC) has planted since General Convention 2003 (GC03), as well as TEC departures, churches that have either split to form a new church, or departed entirely since GC03.

Perhaps another list might be churches that have just died (closed by their bishop).

Anyway, thanks for your thoughts and do stop by again. I'm updating as often as I can, and I can use everyone's help. It's really tough to find new Episcopal Church plants, because they really aren't trumpeted in the Anglican blogs so I rely on news reports and diocesan web sites. Any help in this area is appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Christ and The Epiphany Church in East Haven, Conn. split to form a new congregation called Christ Church Anglican on Oct 14th 2007

Arrivals and Departures said...

Thanks anonymous!

Your addition is noted in the Departures list.

Are there others?
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