The Apostolic Episcopal Communion (& Fellowship)

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What is and Who are the DMG-AEC



(The Apostolic Episcopal Communion & Fellowship is in no way attached to the Apostolic Episcopal Church and is not a part of the AEC in any way.)

Who are the people of the A E C & F Churches

The Apostolic Episcopal Communion and Fellowship Churches is a body of non-denominational believers that are Pentecostal by experience, guided by the Holy Spirit.  We recognize the work of the Holy Spirit and Holy Spirit Baptism with evidence of tongues. We are biblically based as one Holy Universal Apostolic Church, as were the Apostles, as they followed Christ.  Parts of our worship is praise and worship as the Holy spirit moves us. But the worship includes partaking of the Eucharist during our worship as often as we meet, generally during low mass, and without fail during high mass.

The A E C & F has a mixed background and historically traceable lines of Apostolic succession dating back to the time of the Apostles. There is also in the history of its members involvement in the Episcipal/Anglican church and Pentecostal/Charismatic church in the United states. This has left a legacy in the Liturgical orders of sound evidences of worshipping in spirit and truth, that maximizes the expectation of every believers faith.  Herin we have the visitation and the full assurance of manifest glory in the presence of the Lord.

We believe that every man, woman, boy, girl, has the right to access the grace of Almighty God Jehovah, because of the selfless act of (Yeshua HaMashiach Mechadesh), Jesus Christ Messiah. And because of this we preach the Cross of Jesus Christ and all it means to each believer. We do not believe the church is a building but a body of people who have been regenerated in the spirit and renewed in the mind. Romans 12:1-2.