We are a church plant of the Anglican Diocese of the Living Word (ADLW) which is one of the dioceses of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). Our Diocese stretches from Maine to Miami and from Tulsa to The Bronx. Headquartered in Manassas, Virginia just outside Washington, DC and we are home to more than 35 congregations and more than 95 parochial and non-parochial clergy (2019).


Moore Theological College

The theological training seminary of the Diocese of Sydney in the Anglican Church of Australia. The college has a strong tradition of conservative Calvinist and evangelical Anglican theology. The college is one of the largest Anglican seminaries in the world, with full-time enrollments numbering in the hundreds. Well known Moore College theologians and writers have included David Broughton Knox, Donald Robinson, Paul Barnett, Peter Jensen, Graeme Goldsworthy, Peter O’Brien, David Peterson, Barry Webb, Peter Bolt and Mark D. Thompson. Through the influence of Moore College, Sydney Anglicanism has maintained its distinctive Evangelical perspective within worldwide Anglicanism.

Oak Hill Theological College

One of the largest Church of England seminaries in the UK, It has been associated with conservative evangelical theology since its foundation in 1932 and continues to have a strong emphasis on Bible teaching as the core aspect of church leadership.

Westminster Theological Seminary

Located outside of Philadelphia with a satellite school in London, England and off-shoot seminaries in California and Texas, Westminster is one of the foremost conservative Reformed theological seminaries in the US today. Noted Reformed Anglican clergyman and New Testament scholar Philip Edgcumbe Hughes taught at Westminster for many years.

George Whitefield College

An Anglican Christian theological college which is Reformed and evangelical situated in Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa. It is named after George Whitefield the great Anglican evangelist and Reformed preacher of the 18th-century evangelical revival. It was his passion for evangelism and strong Bible-based theological preaching that the founders desired to honor in naming the college after him. The college was founded in 1989, the product of the vision of Bishops Dudley Foord and Joe Bell, successive presiding bishops of The Church of England in South Africa (CESA). Their vision was for a college that would ground people thoroughly in God’s Word, that they might be faithful and fervent stewards of its message.

Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University

Wycliffe Hall is an evangelical theological college set within the University of Oxford, an international center for the study of theology, an Anglican seminary for the training of Christian ministers and a centre for postgraduate study and research. The college is named after John Wycliffe, master of Balliol College, Oxford in the 14th century. He was a philosopher and theologian who argued for biblical theology. One of the founders of Wycliffe was J.C. Ryle, a Bishop of Liverpool and noted Reformed theologian. Its Victorian trust deed upholds the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion, which is the part of the English Reformation heritage of the Church of England.


1662 Book of Common Prayer

A searchable 1662 Book of Common Prayer online in its entirety.

An Anglican Prayer Book

The resource for All Souls Anglican’s Order for Evening Prayer and Order for the Lord’s Supper throughout the year may be found in this work by Peter Toon. The aim of this prayer book is to make available in contemporary language the doctrine, devotion, and structure of classic Anglican Common Prayer, as these are provided in the historic editions of The Book of Common Prayer. It is designed for use primarily with the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Church Society 

An excellent resource site for Reformed Evangelical Anglicans.

The Reformed Anglican Fellowship & Reformed Anglican Fellowship Facebook

An evolving resource & support site for Reformed Anglicans with a connected discussion page on Facebook.

The Anglo-Reformed Movement

An informative website committed to encouraging the re-growth of Anglicanism that is distinctively confessional and Reformed. Their Facebook page can be found at Anglicans in the Wilderness.

The Latimer Trust

The Latimer Trust is an evangelical Anglican think-tank dedicated to providing biblical input and considered response to significant issues within the Christian community and elsewhere. The Trust is continuing and developing the work of Latimer House which was founded in Oxford, England, during the 1960s.


The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals is a broad coalition of evangelical Christians from various denominations, including Baptist, Congregational (Independent), Anglican (Episcopal), Presbyterian, Reformed, and Lutheran. The purpose of the Alliance’s existence is to call the Church, amidst a dying culture, to repent of its worldliness, to recover and confess the truth of God’s Word as did the reformers, and to see that truth embodied in doctrine, worship, and life.

The Banner of Truth Trust

Organized in 1957 Banner of Truth is dedicated to the republication of Reformed Evangelical Christian Classics in high-quality hard-cover, paperback, and digital volumes. Many Anglican classics are published by the Banner. The Banner holds annual ministers and youth conferences in the UK and the United States. They also publish a monthly journal in paper and PDF formats.

The White Horse Inn

The White Horse Inn, a nationally-syndicated weekly radio broadcast, is Modern Reformation’s complementary radio program. The show is a roundtable discussion of theology, culture, and apologetics hosted by Modern Reformation’s editor-in-chief, Michael Horton, as well as long-time contributors to MR Kim Riddlebarger, Rod Rosenbladt, and Ken Jones.

The Reformed Forum

Reformed Forum is an excellent reformed theology media network, which seeks to serve the church by providing content dedicated to issues in reformed theology for a connected age.

The Junius Institute for Digital Reformation Research

The Junius Institute is a forum for the promotion of research into the Reformation and post-Reformation eras, particularly through the use and development of digital tools and sources. One of its projects is The Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL). PRDL is a select database that organizes the vast array of free publicly available digital sources on the development of theology and philosophy during the early modern era (late 15th-18th c.). The Anglican section is very extensive.

Christian Classics Ethereal Library

An invaluable extensive collection of classic theological works from all periods of church history.


This journal prints biblical-theological material in the Reformed/Calvinistic tradition. This web journal, especially its “Sermons & Expositions” page, is an indispensable aid for coming to a practical understanding of Reformed Biblical-Theological preaching.


Provides classic articles and resources related to the Reformed faith. An outstanding resource.

Tyndale House

Tyndale House is a study center focusing on advancing understanding of the Bible. Between forty and fifty scholars study here on a daily basis. Many Ph.D. students from Cambridge University, as well as other universities, base themselves at Tyndale House during their studies and leading biblical scholars in all parts of the world have been formed at Tyndale House.

L’Abri Ideas Library

For over 50 years L’Abri has sought to provide a safe place for people to ask questions about the reality and relevance of Christian faith. This site provides free lectures and discussions that explore how Christianity relates to areas of life such as philosophy, culture, the arts, psychology, gender, sociology, history, theology, politics, economics, science, and ecology.

Thank you to our friends at Reformation Anglican Church for the original list of these resources.