Helping Train Clergy
We train and form deacons and priests for the work of the ministry.
We build local churches with strong community and missional focus.
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A message from our Bishop Primus ☩☩John Sathiyakumar
The Lord, be with you!!
I offer my personal greetings as Bishop Primus for CEEC.CHURCH, and thank you for visiting with us.
Since the earliest days of our Communion’s history in 1995, we have been focused upon being an authentic expression of the historic Church. As a Continuing Anglican Jurisdiction we embrace the convergence of the Church’s three core expressions – the sacramental, the evangelical and the pentecostal. We’re also deliberate about building relationships in Christ that express the unity of His Body.
WILL YOU HELP US HELP THE PEOPLE FLEEING UKRAINE ?
We have already sent thousands of dollars to help with evac costs but we want to send more, can you help? Every donation helps.
Please ensure to select the UKRAINE REFUGEE EMERGENCY FUND when making your donation
RESCUE OPERATIONS ONGOING
The Continuing Evangelical Episcopal Communion is directly involved in the rescue of Afghans, along with a number of other Churches, NGO’s, and private individuals.
Donations designated for Afghan relief and humanitarian assistance have been received, and hundreds of thousands of dollars have been deployed in the past few weeks. LIVES ARE BEING SAVED. YOU CAN HELP !!!!
RELIEF OPERATIONS ONGOING
CEEC.CHURCH is working in Florida to help those most affected by the devastation caused by Hurricance Ian
WHAT IS CEEC.CHURCH?
Learn About Who we Are
WHAT IS CONVERGENCE?
Three Streams Flowing Together
OUR STATEMENT OF BELIEFS
Same Faith – Difference Experience
Stories from the Mission Field
A report from Rev. Canon Bill Pezzutti & Rev. Deacon Rosie Pezzutti We began this prayer mission in Malaga Spain. We were asked to be the prayer team for African Inland Mission (AIM). There were 29 staff from five countries that minister to the diaspora in Europe. We had the opportunity to pray with and minister to the entire team in the four days we spent together. Rosie and I had an opportunity to share life with the entire team. One of their team members asked me when did we join the member care team for AIM. I told him…
Ministry Reports & Blog Posts
June 1, 2023
Leadership — whether in a family, a church or a business — is truly about love. The best leaders love the people they lead. There’s a great spiritual lesson there, too.
May 31, 2023
Nobody likes pollution; not of any sort. We prefer clean and fresh. Today I want to tell you about the greatest cleanup project in history!
May 30, 2023
Most people work hard to make their life as comfortable as it can be. A comfortable place to live, a reliable food supply, a good education. But all too often, there’s a key element being overlooked.
May 29, 2023
Selfless sacrifices that put the fate of others above themselves are always to be honored. On Memorial Day, we take time to do just that. Won’t you join me as we reflect on some of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
May 28, 2023
People will judge you by the clothing you wear. This is NOT a devotional about jeans and dresses (but I will use them as a key illustration). So let’s talk about some important things to MAKE SURE you’re wearing.
May 27, 2023
Have you ever heard of a “Come As You Are” party. It’s an impromptu affair, a last-minute get together. The host says, “Don’t bother getting all fancy, just come on over now.” There’s a spiritual lesson or two we can pull out of that.