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DIOCESE OF ST. ANTHONY

Ordain | Equip | Plant

DOSA, a missionary diocese of the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches (CEEC) Province USA, is called to ordain deacons and priests, equip affiliated churches, and plant local parishes

About DOSA


Convergence: our worldview

DOSA values the movement towards unity in the Church which includes an intentional blending of the essential elements of the Christian faith with evangelical and renewal expressions of the Church and beyond. We call this movement Convergence.

 

 


resources

Resources and articles from around the Diocese of St. Anthony.


Order of St. Anthony: our lifestyle

The Order of St. Anthony (OSA) is an ecumenical neo-monastic expression that seeks to call all to an ordered life through following the RULE.  OSA seeks to provide an ordered way of life for both clergy and laity for prayer, spiritual direction, confession, and spiritual friendship, as well as community. We believe that entering holy habits like these are formative to the human soul, empowering it to be reflective of God’s glory and making those who participate in them carriers of God’s kingdom.


Events

Events, retreats, and conversations being hosted by the Diocese of St. Anthony.


CEEC, Province usa: our broader community

The Diocese of St. Anthony (DOSA) adhears to an episcopal structure that is in submission to and in communion with the CEEC-USA. The CEEC is a communion of churches exploring opportunities to bridge the historical, liturgical, and apostolic ministry with modern Evangelical and Renewal contexts. The CEEC embraces convergent expressions of worship and practice brought together by the shared pillars of the Anglican tradition.


Bishop Ed Gungor

Bishop Ed Gungor is the Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of St. Anthony - a missionary diocese of the CEEC.

 
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The church is.
The church does what it is.
The church organizes what it does.
— Van Gelder