The African Anglican Church was founded in April of 2005 for the sole purpose of restoring the Church back to its ancient roots by uniting the three major streams of Evangelical, Charismatic/Pentecostal, and Sacramental/Liturgical. The African Anglican Church (aka The African Episcopal Church) is a Province of the Abyssinian Apostolic Church. We are an international community of the Anglican Rite, observing the faith and maintaining the witness of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church throughout the world.
The African Anglican Church (AAC) is a faith community that is committed to the principles and precepts of the Word of God, proclaiming holiness as our standard of life, and is a is a multi-cultural ministry of prayer, worship and unity within the body of Christ. We seek to provide a platform of cultural relevance in worship expression, while maintaining the integrity of the ancient and traditional liturgies of the Church in modernized expression.