Groups are the primary avenue for diving more deeply into the IAC community. Groups pray, study, have fun, live life, and go on missions – together. We always have groups looking for new members, and we are thrilled when God calls someone in the IAC family to start up a new group! Clink on the link below, or email email@example.com to find out more about what’s available.
Rwanda Sister Church – Pilgrimage Trips
As a church planted by the Anglican church in Rwanda, we have a deep spiritual bond with our African brothers and sisters. Many churches sponsor mission trips, which highlight that we take God with us wherever we go. Our Rwandan connection is different: we go on pilgrimages to our Sister Church in Kibali, Rwanda. A pilgrimage is a journey of meeting God where He is already working, and places us in the posture that we have much to learn from our brothers and sisters, not just much to teach. Trips are forming now for July 2017 and January 2018. Each time we go, lives are changed! Contact Deacon Regina at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Knit Together, the Women’s Ministry of IAC, seeks to offer opportunities for women of all ages and stages to come together and form meaningful relationships of spiritual substance. We value finding ways to welcome the presence of Christ, being mindful of our relationships, finding space to rest and be with God, living within our limits, and seeking discernment. We invite women into these rhythms of knowing and seeing God in our lives together.
Art & Faith – The Kalos Community
IAC longs to see creatives find the kind of community that not only nurtures souls, but fosters creative vocations. The Kalos community (Greek for “good”) fosters spaces to create, partnership with St. Anselm Society here in the Springs, and encouragement for those who express the renewed image of God in their creativity. Email email@example.com to find out more.
Prayer & Congregational Care
When times are tough, or extra help is needed in certain seasons of the journey, the Prayer team and Congregational Care team are available to step in and provide assistance. The Prayer team receives prayer requests at firstname.lastname@example.org, and is faithful to pray for the needs of our church. Congregational Care can sometimes pitch in with gift cards or set up meal scheules; at other times, this team locates moving help, lawn mowers, and even conflict resolution strategies. If you have a need, or would like to be a resource for this team to call on when needs arise, email Deacon Delrece at email@example.com.
Children & Youth
In addition to everything that happens with children and youth on Sunday mornings, IAC’s young disciples are busy gathering at playgrounds, splashing at water parks, raking lawns, rock-climbing, skiing, and serving our city. If you’d like to know more about mid-week gatherings and other events aimed directly at children, families, and youth, check out the events page, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
About International Anglican Church
At IAC, we want the gospel of Jesus Christ to define who we are and shape what we do. We are rooted in the sacred traditions of the church, passionate about the Scriptures, and utterly dependent on the Holy Spirit. We were planted in America by the Anglican Church of Rwanda and have been uniquely shaped by that relationship.
Service Times & Location
9am & 10:45am
1305 N. Union
Colorado Springs, CO 80909