Reformed Anglican Church

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The Reformed Anglican Church (Formerly named the "Protestant Episcopal Church, USA") is a Reformed and episcopal church in the United States. It was founded as a split from the tiny Traditional Protestant Episcopal Church, now defunct. The church is strongly confessional, Reformed and evangelical.[1] It uses the 1928 Book of Common Prayer.[2]

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The Reformed Anglican Church currently has 5 congregations:

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