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Trinity Anglican Church seeks a priest

Trinity Anglican Parish in Prairie Village, Kansas is seriously looking for a priest. We desire someone who can fast-track from assistant; to priest-in-charge; and eventually Rector. Our parish was founded by 6 members in 1980. We have been in the same physical location for the last 27 years. We are very stable, very traditional and a true church family.

Trinity serves 110 members in 65 families in the Kansas City Metropolitan area. We offer Orthodox Spirituality and Reformed Catholic Theology. We preserve and teach the Traditional Anglican expression of Christ’s church and are members of the Anglican Church in America (part of the worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion). We offer both Adult Education and Bible Study classes each week. Up to 30 percent of the congregation attend one of these classes each week.

For further information please check out our web page ( and contact the Rev. Canon Forrest Burgett.

Parish address:
3920 W. 63rd St.
Prairie Village, KS 66208
Office: 913-432-2687

Home address:
8406 W. 92nd Terrace
Overland Park, KS 66212
Home: 913-642-9654
Cell: 913-424-7955

DEUS Open Position

St. Paul's Anglican Church

St. Paul's Anglican Church in Allentown, Pennsylvania is seeking an assisting priest to serve under the direction of the founding Rector, Fr. Joseph Falzone, in preparation for his retirement from active ministry. St. Paul's was established to serve the greater Lehigh Valley (which is the fastest growing area of Pennsylvania) in the traditional Anglican way. The congregation owns a spacious church facility in a lovely residential area only a short distance from some notable schools including Lehigh University, Muhlenberg College, and Cedar Crest College. The facility is spacious enough to host events, such as a Clergy Retreat hosted this Fall with clergy attending from all over Pennsylvania. With approximately 125 members, St. Paul's is able to attract visitors through strong pastoral care, reverent worship, and regular fellowship activities.

Interested parties may contact Fr. Falzone at 610-751-3739, 610-435-0712 or




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