The Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic is a regional diocese of the Anglican Church in North America dedicated to reaching North America with the transforming love of Jesus Christ. The Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic consists of 42 Congregations, Missions, and Mission Fellowships in Virginia, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Delaware, eastern West Virginia, and northeastern North Carolina. Several new congregations are in formation. Church Planting is central to our mission strategy. Since its founding, the diocese has consistently devoted itself to planting a thriving network of Anglican churches throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. We invite you to browse the church planting pages of our website ( and hear our vision to plant 50 churches by the end of this decade. As you do, we pray that God will touch your heart with a desire to join us in this effort by praying, giving, and working to spread the Kingdom of God through the planting of new churches.

Organization Type: Denomination


United States


Urban, Suburban, and Rural

Characteristics of Partner Churches

Theological Traditions

Anglican, Baptist, Evangelical, Lutheran, Non-denominational, Pentecostal/Charismatic, Reformed, Restoration, and Wesleyan/Methodist

Stance on Women in Ministry

Complementarian and Egalitarian

Stance on Sexual Ethics


Planting Models

All models

Worship Styles

Liturgical and Contemporary

Support Offered

  • Assessment
  • Coaching and/or Mentoring
  • Ongoing community/peer support
  • Conferences, Seminars, and Gatherings
  • Courses and Cohort Training
  • Residency and Internship Opportunities
  • Funding
  • Admin support