Member Ministries and Communities
Affiliated Worship Communities
ANTHEM CHURCH LA
Los Angeles, California
Currently in development for relaunch
Chapmanville, West Virginia
COMMUNITY OF ST. FRANCIS
Worship Communities pastored by C.C.C. members
Providing Bible Study Groups, Affirming Marriage, Baptism, Communion, Confirmation, Pulpit Supply, Pastoral Counseling, Hospital & Hospice Chaplaincy Services
Para-church organizations are Christian faith-based organizations that usually carry out their mission independent of church oversight. Roles that para-church organizations undertake include larger more national or international movements such as Religious Orders, Chaplaincies, Evangelistic Associations, Self Help Groups, Bible Study Groups, etc..
Affiliated Para-Church Ministries
A religious order and parachurch ministry providing prayer, Sacrament, and local ministries.
The Presbytery (Order of Elders)
the Rev. Father Keith Jefferies (Sherman Oaks, CA)
the Rev. Father Timothy Warren (Hesperia, CA)
the Very Rev. Father Kevin Daugherty (Elizabeth, PA)
the Rev. Father Matthew Furman (Hasbrouck Heights, NJ)
the Rev. Father Thomas Artist (Chapmanville, WV)
the Rev. Canon MichaelAngelo D'Arrigo (Madison, GA)
the Rev. Father Jake Miller* (Dallas, TX)
The Episcopacy (Order of Bishops)
the Most Rev. Kenneth von Folmar - Presiding Bishop (Glendale, AZ)
the Right Rev. Rebecca Pierce - Regionary (Osceola, MO)
the Right Rev. David Oliver Kling - Assisting Bishop (Massillon, OH)
the Right Rev. Dr. Sean Samuel O'Neil - Regionary (Keller, Tx)
the Right Rev. Chrystal Reichard* (Punta Gorda, FL)
The Diaconate (Order of Deacons)
the Rev. Deacon Nicholas Carpenter* (Apple Valley, CA)
the Rev. Deacon James Pasquale* (Kingston, PA)
the Rev. Deacon Ann L. Barker* (Punta Gorda, FL)
Aspirant for Holy Orders
Training for the Presbytery
Kira Brand (Homewood, AL)
Training for the Diaconate
Steven Pierce (Osceola, MO)
*If during the onboarding process, the Bishop determines that more time is needed to get to know the candidate, Provisional Membership maybe granted. This special designation allows the candidate to be active in the common life of the Communion while discerning full membership. Canonically, the rights and privileges of a Provisional Member are limited to those granted by the Presiding Bishop, whereas a full member is granted the full rights and privileges of the order to which they belong.
The Convergent Christian Communion considers itself in communion with all those who strive to witness to the life, ministry and teaching of Christ. We recognize for some, a formalized agreement is necessary due to faith tradition or custom, therefore, we are happy to formalize such agreements. The communion partners listed here are those Worship Communities, Para-church Ministries, Networks, Denominations and Communions that have established a formal Full Communion Agreement with the Convergent Christian Communion.
The C.C.C views the Worship Community as nexus of Christian Worship. We classify Worship Communities in 3 categories – Faith Communities, Mission Congregations (Missions) and Parish Churches. Worship Communities offer regularly scheduled services that are open to the public.