The Falls Church Anglican has been active in the decades-long debate over the authority of Scripture in The Episcopal Church, and now in creating and building a new organizational structure for orthodox Anglican worship in the United States. The materials below chronicle important milestones in the life and work of The Falls Church Anglican since the heresy trial of Bishop Walter Righter in 1996. Other churches, organizations, and communications that play key roles in the Anglican Realignment are linked.
2006 - Present: Building Biblically orthodox Anglicanism in America
Materials in this section explain the vision and actions of The Falls Church Anglican as it works to develop orthodox Anglicanism in Virginia and America, and defend against litigation brought by the national Episcopal Church and the Diocese of Virginia. They are collected under News Releases and Statements.
Helpful Links: Anglican District of Virginia (ADV); Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA); Anglican Mission in America (AMiA), Church of Nigeria; Anglican Communion
Materials in this section chronicle TFCA's statements and actions during the Anglican Realignment that followed The Episcopal Church's General Convention in 2003, until our departure from The Episcopal Church on December 17, 2006.
Helpful Links: 40 Days of Discernment; Truro Church; American Anglican Council (AAC); Anglican Communion Network (ACN); Decade to Overcome Violence (DOV); Windsor Report
1993-2003: The Falls Church Anglican and campaign for reform of The Episcopal Church
Materials in this section reflect TFCA’s vision and work for Reform in the national Episcopal Church and in the Diocese of Virginia from the 1996 Righter trial to ECUSA’s General Convention 2003.