CCOA Chartered Ministries

 

Some CCOA deacons, priests and bishops are always available to the general public for sacramental ministry, others are available in emergencies.   If you are seeking clergy in a geographic area not listed below, please contact our Presiding Bishop.  Additional CCOA clergy are located in Arizona, California, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.

 

ARIZONA

Phoenix: Christ of the Desert The Most Rev. Mark Elliott Newman, OC, Presiding Bishop of the Catholic Apostolic Church of Antioch. markelliottnewman@msn.com.

 

NEW MEXICO

Gallup: Agape Ministries The Most Reverend Linda Rounds-Nichols, OSM, Spiritual Director. lroundsnichols@gmail.com   505-870-0167. Agape Ministries is an interfaith ministry with a Christian foundation, honoring and respecting all religions and spiritualities. Spiritual Direction, Pastoral Care, the Sacraments, 5th Step Witnessing, and Womyn’s Spirituality are part of this ministry. +Linda has spent much of her time with the clients at Wellspring Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Center, which is connected with the Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services, one of the hospitals in Gallup. Since 2002, she has been assisted by her husband, Phil Nichols, as together they have provided Bible Studies, Contemplative Prayer groups and Worship Services for the clients.

 

Las Cruces: St. John’s Catholic Church of Antioch.  Reverend Father Ronald Catherson,  stjccoa@zianet.com 575-621-0255.  Webpage: http://www.stjohnscatholicchurchofantioch.org St. John’s Catholic Church of Antioch is a community of progressive spiritual seekers, open to everyone, and grounded in prayer and faithful to apostolic succession.  We worship the Divine Mystery in its infinite expressions.

 

OREGON

Ashland: Pilgrim Chapel of Contemplative Conscience, CCOA.  Reverend Father Scott Allan Carter, founder@pilgrimchapelofcontemplativeconscience.org.  Webpage: http://www.pilgrimchapelofcontemplativeconscience.org  The Pilgrim Chapel serves spiritual seekers who feel called to the Way, including those who may feel exiled, alienated, or excluded. Practicing, promoting, and supporting independent Catholic spirituality, the Chapel offers access to the mystical, contemplative traditions of Christianity.

 

SOUTH CAROLINA and MARYLAND

 Sophia Ministries Reverend  Mary Altalo (revmarsophia@gmail.com).  Webpage: http://sophiaministries.vpweb.com  Sophia Ministries offers on-line prayer and healing services, spiritual enrichment retreats, courses, and women’s circles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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