Anglican Free  Communion International

Anglican Free Communion International was once known as The Free Protestant Episcopal Church. Founded on November 2nd, 1897  


The Anglican Free Communion International is one of the oldest Anglican Communions in existence and is constituted by a large group of Anglicans of all varieties of churchmanship from Anglo-Catholic (High Church), Evangelical (Low Church), Latitudinarian (Broad Church), and Charismatic.

All of the Provinces of the Communion are autonomous, comprising self-governing churches and families of churches around the world.


Diocese of  The Emmaus Way

Diocese of the Emmaus Way (DEW)  I The Anglican Diocese of the Emmaus Way is a missionary diocese of the Anglican Free Communion International. The diocese is tasked with planting churches throughout the United States, Canada, and the Bahamas. Under the leadership of The Right Reverend Doctor Justin Meier, Ph.D., the first bishop, the diocese has already begun its expansion. The Anglican Diocese of the Emmaus Way has churches and ministries across the United States, including several churches in, Ohio, Michigan, Missouri, California, Tennessee, Iowa, Wisconsin, and North Carolina with more churches slated to open in 2022.