Why start an AAC Chapter?
The American Anglican Council has multiple chapters in various geographical regions of the United States. The benefits to starting a chapter include:
Being able to work as a team to make a difference
Ability to sponsor events, large or small
Finding fellowship with other orthodox believers in your area
Creates an integral link between AAC leadership and individuals
How to start an AAC Chapter
To start an AAC chapter, first make sure there is not already an AAC chapter for your area. (Check our on-line list here.) Then:
Seek out a group of like-minded Anglicans in your geographical area. Encourage each person to become an individual member of the AAC.
Notify us of your intent to begin a chapter.
Enlist the help of an attorney to incorporate and become a 501(c)3 (non-profit, tax-exempt organization).
Send us the name of your chapter contact so we can list the chapter and contact name on our web site. Consider setting up your own Chapter Web Page, and if you do so, send us your web address as well.
Notify us of chapter events as they arise.
For chapter affiliation, contact Nina Perry by email, by phone (800-914-2000), or by writing her at the AAC's Atlanta address. She will be glad to assist you or answer any of your questions.