Anglicanism is a term used to summarize the religious belief and practice of the Church
of England and other Anglican churches. The term in its broadest sense includes those
who have accepted the work of the English Reformation as embodied in the Church of
England or offshoot Churches which have adhered substantially to its doctrines,
organization, and liturgy.
The Anglican Orthodox Church (AOC) was organized to preserve the basic tenets of
Anglicanism, namely:
The Biblical Faith
The 1928 Book of Common Prayer
The Thirty-nine Articles of Religion
The Homilies
The Doctrines of the Anglican Reformers
The Biblical Morality
The Anglican Orthodox Church helps edify Christianity by exposing evil and preaching
the Gospel.  The AOC trains in the Bible (KJV), adheres to the 39 Articles of Religion,
and worships using the forms prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer.  Its members
continue to be part of a Worldwide Communion upholding Anglicanism under the
auspices of the
Anglican Orthodox Church with International Headquarters in
Statesville, North Carolina, USA.