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Come join our communion!

If for whatever reason you have not been able to find your home in another  denomination, and if you are simply seeking a loving, forgiving, accepting, and merciful fellowship, then our church community may be just what you've been searching for. We invite you to join our communion -- the Celtic Anabaptist Communion ℠ -- on the pilgrimage, on the journey.

Our church fellowship is neither Roman Catholic nor Protestant; rather, we wholeheartedly embrace and affirm Celtic and Anabaptist (Baptist, Quaker, Mennonite, Brethren, etc.) thought and practice, thus our name: the Celtic Anabaptist Communion. Our members come from a variety of backgrounds, including Catholic, Protestant, Anglican, and Charismatic, and they hold a variety of beliefs. All, however, are attracted to and desire to follow the Celtic and Anabaptist way. We seek to reach the isolated, the rejected, the lonely, and those who have been wounded by the institutional church. The CAC is a Communion which does not "shoot the wounded;" rather, we offer all of these a haven and a home. So, if you feel God is leading you this way, we welcome you to join our communion.

My name is Michael Wrenn; I am the founder and presiding minister emeritus of this church fellowship. I was ordained as a pastor and also consecrated as a bishop by Archbishop Rodney P. Rickard of the Primitive Catholic Church, through whom I was also appointed archbishop.

My ministry has included music, singing, writing, counselling, teaching, preaching, and chaplaincy. I have been a songwriter-member of Broadcast Music, Incorporated (BMI).

Just as Archbishop Rodney Rickard helped me to fulfill my calling to Christian ministry and also to find a church home, I now want to help do the same for you. So, if you are seeking to follow your calling and feel drawn to our fellowship, I invite you to review this website thoroughly, and, when you are ready, come join our Communion!

DISCLAIMER: The Celtic Anabaptist Communion DOES NOT assume LEGAL responsibility for its clergy. Neither The Celtic Anabaptist Communion nor the individual clergy is an agent for or of the other. However, each member of the clergy IS answerable to The Celtic Anabaptist Communion and does come under the Archepiscopal oversight of the Presiding Bishop. If an investigation finds serious violations of Christian ethics, morals, and values have indeed been committed, certain church sanctions can be applied up to and including removal of faculties and excardination.

All material on this website is:  Copyright © 2003 - 2012 by Michael Wrenn/Celtic Anabaptist Ministries. All Rights Reserved.

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Abp. Michael Wrenn, D.D., OCAW, OStI, CSM
Founder and Presiding Bishop Emeritus
Celtic Anabaptist Communion/Celtic Anabaptist Ministries
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