The Canons of the Anglican Diocese of the South say, “A principal work of the Diocese is to plant new congregations, to encourage and assist the Congregations in planting new congregations, and to strengthen newly planted congregations to become self-sustaining member Congregations.”
Our primary goal is to see healthy church plants planted by healthy church planters within the Anglican Diocese of the South for many years to come- a healthy, effective and sustained effort. We are striving to create an environment within ADOTS where church planting is a normative aspect of our clergy, laity, and congregations. We are building an ecosystem in which local planters are raised up, sent out, and encouraged in their work.
And please visit our Planter Assessment page as well!
For more information, contact Canon Dan Alger, Canon for Church Planting
Recent Church Planting News
- Canon Dan Alger Steps Into a New Assignment
- Go. Be Fruitful. Multiply: Canon Dan Alger’s Powerful Call to a Church-Planting Culture in ADOTS
- Church Planting Story: The Long Road to Anglicanism in Clarksville, Tennessee
- Canon Dan Alger to Speak at ADOTS Conference & Synod
- Church Plant Story: Cleveland, Tennessee
- Planting Story: St. Brendan’s Sets Sail in Maryville, TN
- Church Planting in Athens: Restoration and Healing for Skeptical Insiders