The Traditional Anglican Church in Britain
September 26, 2012 11 Comments
The Traditional Anglican Church in Britain (TAC) has new website, with a new look, and it is looking great…
This is the official site of The Traditional Anglican Church. We maintain traditional faith, worship and discipline for Anglicans in England, Scotland and Wales. You will find out more about our ethos by choosing Constitution above.
There is only one safe basis for building a church, which is the love of God (and his love for us before ours for him). The devil loves those who would build a church on hatred, or even on revulsion. Of course our very existence implies a judgement of those who think differently. How can it be otherwise? But that is not our purpose.
We believe that, odd and incoherent as the Church of England has been ever since the creation of the state religion, there has never been lacking within it a faithful remnant, which God has blessed. We choose to follow them, and so to build on all that was solid before the changes of the last generation.
We are not a preservation society. To become a separate body is to change; to worship in our new circumstances is also to change. For the present, the need to offer reliable foundations is preeminent. But on them may God help us to build with gold, not with stubble.
This is an excellent effort.
The list of Parishes is here, with Canon Ian Gray as the Vicar General.
(Thanks to Mrs Dalene Gill for pointing the site out.)