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THE NEW BLACK ROBED REGIMENT-THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF VIRGINIA-THE CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ANGLICAN COMMUNION OF PENNSYLVANIA Thursday, August 6, 2009 2:59 PM From: "Chaplain Thomas G. Cole" To: cmacmembe…

THE NEW BLACK ROBED REGIMENT-THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF VIRGINIA-THE CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ANGLICAN COMMUNION OF PENNSYLVANIA
Thursday, August 6, 2009 2:59 PM
From:
"Chaplain Thomas G. Cole"
To:
cmacmembership@yahoogroups.com, "Gwen Cole" , "American Anglican Council" , "Emil J Milano" , "Rev. Bill Garrison" , "Diane Gramley" , "LARRY W. JOHNSON" , "Aaron Orr" , "JOE QUINN" , "Scott Wolfe" , "Michael Wrenn" ... more
This group is for Bishops, Priests and Deacons of the CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ANGLICAN COMMUNION and the House of Bishops. You must be a member in good standing to join this private board.
Please visit charityisgreat@yahoo.com for further information. God bless!
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THE NEW BLACK ROBED REGIMENT-REVEREND GENERAL PETER MUHLENBER - THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF VIRGINIA - THE CHRISIAN MISSIONARY ANGLICAN COMMUNION ARCHDIOCESE HOUSE OF BISHOPS, BYRNEDALE PENNSYLVANIA; BYRNEDALE UNION ARCHIDIOCESE
[CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ANGLICAN COMMUNION ARCHDIOCESE HOUSE OF BISHOP-cmacmembership] Come join me on THE NEW BLACK ROBED REGIMENT on THE WELL REGULATED AMERICAN MILITIAS!!

Who Are We Anglicans of Virginia Spiritually and Historically? full text and "Our

We are Christians. We are followers of Jesus Christ. Our faith is an ancient one dating back to
the times of Jesus and His Apostles. Our history is traced to the British Isles beginning many say
to the first century, when St. Joseph of Arithmatha visited his tin mines at Gladstone bury,
England. The first written mention of Christians in Britain is by the historian Tertulliann about 200
AD. He writes of "parts of Britain, inaccessible to the Roman, which had yet been conquered by
Christ." Origin writes forty years later that in Britain are "Christians to be found." Our faith was
first brought to Roanoke Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina in 1587. This colony would
become the "Lost Colony." In 1607 Anglicans would settle the first permanent Colony at
Jamestown.

Seeking
to
Unite
Anglicans

In a stormy sea of change.
We are a rock during these unsettled times. We represent a new Anglican Communion called the Anglican Church International Communion. We
are not a part of the Episcopal Church, nor the Church of England. We have made significant progress and invite those who feel as we do to join this
work of not only preserving, but expanding our faith handed down to us by Cranmer, Riley, Latimer and Laud: all who gave their lives for our
Anglican Faith.
Our Mission is simple: reach souls for Jesus.

We are a Church serving Anglicans of Virginia and around the world to worship in the tradition of men like George Washington and other founders of our Nation.
We continue the Faith first brought to our shores and established by Captain John Smith and the Rev. Robert Hunt who came to Jamestown Island in 1607. We
use only the traditional 1928 Book of Common Prayer taken from the original 1549,1552 and 1559, Thomas Cranmer's Books of Common Prayer. We are growing
and want to assist you in forming a parish. The new Anglican Seminary of Virginia is educating men for the priesthood. And seeks men called to His ministry.


The Black Regiment. What was this during the Revolutionary War?
Read Today's Editorial for the Answer. Does our Nation cry out again for a new Black Regiment? Preachers, ministers, priests
and laymen must again unite in common cause and bring forth a rebirth of the American people dedicated to the principles and
moral values embraced by the Founding Fathers. TO JOIN. Email larrywjohnson@embarqmail.com
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THE WELL REGULATED AMERICAN MILITIAS!! We dedicate our hearts,minds and bodies to protecting our great Republic! Chaplain Thomas Gilbert Cole Chaplain Thomas Gilbert Cole has invited you to join THE NEW BLACK ROBED REGIMENT on THE WELL REGULATED AMERICAN MILITIAS!! Come join me on THE NEW BLACK ROBED REGIMENT on THE WELL REGULATED AMERICAN MILITIAS!!

Chaplain Thomas Gilbert Cole

Following the example of Reverend General Peter Muhlenberg Trapp, Pennsylvania -Wood Stock, Virginia Most Reverend Father Larry W. Johnson-Virginia…



Created By: Chaplain Thomas Gilbert Cole
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