Anglican House and Midpoint Trade Books, the publishing industry’s leading distributor, have made this special program available to ACNA Congregations and Dioceses.
It’s as easy as One-Two-Three!
1. Email the following to Midpoint’s National Account Manager Karen Bell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Church or Diocesan name and mailing address.
The name, email address, and daytime phone number of your contact person.
The quantity ordered. (There’ a minimum of ten (10) copies per title, and the books are nonreturnable.)
Say whether or not books should be back-ordered for you if they are temporarily out of stock.
2. Karen will do the following:
Set up an account for you.
Ask for your credit card information.
Charge your credit card 45% of the book’s cover price, plus sales tax and shipping. (Normally UPS Ground)
You may mail email Karen directly with any questions.
3. Once you are set up in Midpoint’s system, and have made a purchase, you will place subsequent orders with:
Billing and payment will be with:
Midpoint’s main office:
Midpoint Trade Books, Inc.
27 W. 20th Street, Ste. 1102
New York, NY 10011
You will receive email confirmation that your orders are being processed.
You may visit anglicanhousemedia.org for product information, daily scriptures, weekly canticles, and other features.
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We are blessed to be able to join in the work of proclaiming the Gospel with our Anglican brothers and sisters around globe.
Each year, the last Sunday after Epiphany is designated as World Mission Sunday across the Anglican Church in North America. This year that Sunday falls on February 7, 2016.
I invite you to make a special effort to highlight those mission projects that your congregation supports, and take up a special offering on their behalf. If you are currently looking for more ministry opportunities, you will find a variety of excellent projects being led by the Anglican Global Mission Partners (AGMP).
AGMP is a network of 33 non-profit Anglican global mission-committed entities. Their vision is to see an Anglican Church in North America that is passionately committed to preach the Gospel and to make disciples of all nations in the name of Christ. Please contact any of these agencies for additional resources, speakers, and testimonies. They will bless your congregation immeasurably by sharing their Gospel work around the world. A listing of those agencies can be found at agmp-na.org.
Thank you for your partnership in proclaiming the gospel in both word and deed throughout the world.
The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach
Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church in North America
Prior to Primates 2016 he was informed that there may be certain times when the Primates would move into a formal meeting, and, as the Anglican Church in North America is not an official member of the Communion’s instruments, he would be asked to step out of the room. However, he was never asked to leave the meeting.
While at the meeting, he addressed the gathering and participated in various balloting measures that set the agenda, ordered the agenda, and sought to discern the way those in the room wanted to proceed. He did not vote on the consequences for The Episcopal Church.
Some have asked whether Archbishop Beach voted to approve the final Communique or the new members of the Standing Committee. Neither he nor a majority of the GAFCON Primates were present for these discussions on Friday. Although early in the week he joined the other Primates in affirming his desire to walk together, this desire was necessarily contingent upon The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada giving evidence of returning to Biblical and historical Anglican theology and morality (Amos 3:3). On Thursday evening, with the absence of repentance, restored order, and true unity, Archbishop Beach felt it necessary to withdraw from the meeting.
Archbishop Beach appreciated the gracious invitation from the Archbishop of Canterbury to attend the meeting, and was thankful to be warmly received as the Primate of the Anglican Church in North America by most of the other primates who were present. While the Anglican Church in North America is recognized and in full communion with provinces who represent the majority of Anglicans in the world, the future place of the Anglican Church in North America in relation to the formal instruments remains an open question. Archbishop Beach was encouraged to see the growing recognition of the Anglican Church in North America as a part of the Communion by many of the Primates and Provinces around the table.