Continuing Anglican churches are groups of churches which follow the Anglican tradition, but are not in association with the Episcopal Church. The Continuing Anglican Movement began in 1977, when several thousand Anglican bishops, clergy, and laypeople met in St. Louis, MO in opposition to the Episcopal Church. Most Continuing Anglican churches are Anglo-Catholic.
There are many Continuing Anglican denominations, including:
- Anglican Catholic Church
- Anglican Church in America
- Anglican Church in the USA
- Anglican Province of America
- Anglican Province of Christ the King
- United Anglican Church
View the Continuing Anglican Directory listings on USA Churches.