Reformed Anglican Catholic Church

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The Reformed Anglican Catholic Church (RACC) is an independent denomination which includes diverse communities of faith in the Anglican tradition.

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Established in October 2004, and chartered under the religious organization laws of the State of Delaware, the church mission states that it exists to provide a radical welcome to all people, and ordains, "those who have been raised up from within the RACC's faith communities and others who have demonstrated a sincere calling who have been sufficiently educated to serve as shepherds and leaders. They are as diverse as the rest of [our] church membership. Our clergy are selected without regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, economic status etc."

While the Reformed Anglican Catholic Church (RACC) remains Anglican in polity and worship, it is not in communion with the worldwide Anglican Communion.[1]

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