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By His Grace We Are Saved

All Nations Christian Church International is a Christ-centered, Biblically based, evangelical, Charismatic, Trinitarian, Apostolic, Pentecostal, Anglican, orthodox, sacramental, ecumenical, spiritually vibrant, culturally sensitive, loving and caring Church which desires to live out the faith that has been received and carried on by the Church throughout the centuries. In apostolic succession, we draw from Catholic, Orthodox heritages. ANCCI encompasses All Nations Anglican Church and many other churches and ministries throughout the globe. We preach the Good News to All Nations in the Power of the HOLY SPIRIT. Our belief is summed up in the historical statements of the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed.

Patriarch John and Archdeacon Mary Githiga


1. We cherish the historically accepted Christian liturgies. In appreciation for diverse cultures and modern languages, we use traditional and indigenous liturgies relevant to contemporary peoples.

2. We ordain women into Holy Orders. We honor Our Lord's commission to women that they witness to the Good News of the Resurrection. We respect the place He afforded them in ministry in the Book of Acts.

3. We listen to theological voices raised from the whole color spectrum of the human race: red, yellow, black and white.

4. We are ecumenical in obedience to Christ's prayer that his followers would all be one, even as He and the Father are one.

5. We include our spouses and families in ministry in the name of Jesus Christ.

6. We reach out to and rejoice in being in ministry with persons of all races, nations, cultures, skills, abilities, graces, gifts and diversity.

7. We present ourselves as willing servants to our Lord Jesus Christ that He might fill us with His Holy Spirit, empower us with the Holy Spirit's gifts, and manifest His fruits through us.

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son,
that whosoever believeth in him should not perish,
but have everlasting life. John 3:16

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