Anglican Church of the Americas

Bishops & Dioceses


Archdiocese of the Alpha and Omega

Chaplain Doug Brown

Chaplain Doug Brown

Chaplain Doug Brown


Archdiocese of the Alpha and Omega

Mi nombre es Manuel Lasanta Ruiz. Nací el 14 de Enero de 1961. Fui ordenado al sacerdocio ministerial el 22 de Junio de 2001 por Mons. +Kallistos, obispo de la Iglesia Ortodoxa Ucrania y ordenado a su vez en la Iglesia Ortodoxa Griega Viejocalendarista. Estudié teología en el Seminario Evangélico Unido de Madrid. Hice un certificado de Educación teológica superior en el College of Higher Education de Cheltenhan Gloucester (Reino Unido, UK). Soy doctor en Sagrada Escritura por la Universidad Católica Ortodoxa de Puerto Rico. Saludos y bendiciones en Xto.

My name is Manuel Lasanta Ruis. I was born January 14, 1961. I was ordained to the priesthood on June 22, 2001 by Monseignor +Kallistos, Bishop of the Ucrainian Orthodox Church and also ordained in the Old Calendar Greek Orthodox Church. I studied theology in the United Evangelical Seminary of Madrid where I received a Certificate of Superior Theological Education in the College of Higher Education of Cheltenhan, Glouschester (UK). I am a doctor in Sacred Scripture by way of the Orthodox Catholic Church of Puerto Rico. Greetings and blessings in Christ.
Rev. Fr. Manuel Lasanta Ruiz
Rev. Father Manuel Lasanta Ruiz



Archdiocese of the Alpha and Omega

MARIA CONCEPCION MONTENEGRO nació en la zona rural de Goya, provincia de Corrientes de la Republica Argentina el 08 de diciembre de 1950. Curso estudios secundarios completos y la carrera universitaria de Filosofía y Letras que no la terminó. Su afición por las Letras la llevó a escribir varios libros literarios.

Contrajo matrimonio a los 17 años y tuvo tres hijos varones: Manuel Evaristo; Josè Antonio y Ramiro Pablo. Actualmente tiene siete nietos.

Su carrera docente la ejerció en escuelas de educación primaria para niños, adolescentes y adultos desempeñando los cargos de Maestra de Grado, Vicedirectora y Directora Titular de Escuelas Primarias de Primera Categoría. Se acogió a la Jubilación Ordinaria con 37 años de ejercicio efectivo docente.

El 11 de agosto de 2006 fue ordenada Diaconisa de la Provincia Anglicana Cristo el Buen Pastor de la Diócesis Alfha y Omega. Actualmente pertenece a la Diócesis de Las Américas.

Desde el año 2005 tiene a su cargo la Obra Misionera Jesùs el Buen Pastor en un asentamiento a las afueras de la ciudad de Goya, Corrientes que cuenta con 70 miembros, la mayoría niños de extrema indigencia.

Maria Concepcion Montenegro

obra misionera

obra misionera

obra misionera

Photos from Goya, Argentina


Archdiocese of the Alpha and Omega

The Very Reverend Leonard Gavin

The Very Reverend Father Len Gavin

The Very Rev.Fr. Len Gavin is Rector of the Anglican Church of the Most Sacred Heart in the West End community of Birmingham Alabama. Additionally, he is the Director of Discovery Clubs of the Jimmie Hale Mission. Len received his bachelor's degree from Auburn University. He is a graduate of St. Michael's Seminary. He completed his clinical pastoral education with the Baptist Health System. He served fourteen years as chaplain at Princeton - Baptist Medical Center. His affiliations include the United States Marine Corps Association, the National Guard Association, Auburn University Alumni Association, Delta Chi Fraternity, U.S. Lacrosse Association, and the Association of Professional Chaplains. Len retired from the U.S. Army as a Lieutenant Colonel and is a graduate of the Inspector General School and the Command and General Staff College. He is a U.S. Marine Corps Vietnam veteran. Len is married and has four sons and three granddaughters.

Len is the Dean of the Anglican Church (mission) of the Most Sacred Heart, P. O. Box 110696, Birmingham, Al. 35211.

He may be contacted at (205) 941-9852.



Archdiocese of the Alpha and Omega

The Reverend Father Greg Taylor

The Reverend Father Greg Taylor has been active in Anglican churches since 1965. He earned an M.A. in Journalism at Northwestern University, and a Masters in Divinity at Virginia Theological Seminary.

He serves as canon and chaplain to Arch Bishop Michael B. Simmons.

Greg offers daily intercessions on behalf of many persons, groups, projects, and events. He ministers Pastoral care and counsel to local people, several hundred inmates at two jails and five prisons via hand-written letters, Bibles, Christian books and Biblical teachings as well as ministering sacramental confession prayers for inner healing.

Through the House of Prayer Chapel in Wetumpka, the Holy Eucharist is offered most Sundays, or mid-week for persons working on Sunday. This service is also provided for those attending business meetings or spiritual retreats that focus on resting one's body, restoring one's soul, and growing closer to Jesus Christ -- who is the beginning and end of our mission.

Greg has authored seven major Bible teachings. He offers tours, by appointment, of God's Garden at the House of Prayer Chapel (1265 Old U.S. Hwy 231 in Wetumpka, Alabama).

The Very Reverend Father Len Gavin



Archdiocese of the Alpha and Omega

The Reverend Deacon James Hood

The Very Reverend Father Len Gavin

The Reverend Deacon James Hood has ministered in the Native American Ministry, the Senior Adult Ministry, the Soul Winners' Evangelistic Team, and the Prison Reach in Service Mission. His work in the Native American Ministry has been a one-on-one witnessing street-type ministry, the "street" being Pow-Wows and Native Gatherings.

The Senior Adult Ministry consists of Church Services held in Rest Homes and wherever senior adults gather. James' dear departed Mother helped him "start" this ministry when she volunteered his services at the Presbyterian Manor in Tarrant, Alabama where she lived.

The Soul Winners Evangelistic Team started in the Woodlawn area of Birmingham, Alabama. Ministers from different churches began to meet at McDonald's for a "brotherhood breakfast" after James and two other ministers got involved talking about the Lord's goodness and miracles in their lives.

Experiencing some difficulties with permission to minister, the Prison Reach in Service Mission seems to be lagging. James has pursued his ministry in small jails while logistics are worked out for the larger correctional facilities. His focus in the small jails has been through giving to "Angel Tree," a support effort for prisoners' families.

James has several other ministries that are in the planning stages: Dove Tree Acres, Jim Hood Mission, Children's Ministry, and Foreign & Home Missions Outreach.

James holds a Bachelor's of Sacred Literature degree from Holmes Theological Seminary in Greenville, South Carolina. He taught Academy classes in Algebra, Ancient History, and World Geography his senior year as a student teacher. The following year, he became a member of the faculty. James is now working on his ThB from Holy Spirit College.



Archdiocese of the Alpha and Omega

Father Donald Ray Knizley, Vicar, Trinity Chapel
Mobile, Alabama

Father Donald Knizley, Vicar, Trinity ChapelBorn October 25, 1942 in Mobile, ALabama. The youngest child of The Rev. John Knizley and Mrs. Evia Rudd Knizley

Attended school in Mobile and graduated from Theodore High School, Theodore, Alabama

Accepted Christ as personal Lord and Savior in November 1959

Married Era McDaniel in April 1961

Father of three children: Aimee Boykin (Dent); Steven Knizley; L. Keith Knizley (Lenita); and seven grandchildren

Ordained as licensed minister with the Fundamental Pentecostal Assemblies (FPA) in 1963

Received biblical, theological, and ministerial training at the FPA Bible College, 1961-3

Served as Minister of Music in various churches in the Mobile area

Preached, taught, and ministered in various churches on the Gulf Coast (U.S.A.)

Assumed FPA leadership upon his father REv. John Knizley's passing in 1997 (Mobile, Alabama)

Ordained Deacon in 2001 by Bishop Frank Rankin in Mobile

Ordained a Priest by Bishop Michael B. Simmons, 2002, in Mobile


Archdiocese of the Alpha and Omega

Rev. Deacon Barbara Bender
Deacon, Most Secrat Heart Mission
West End, Alabama

Rev. Deacon Barbara Bender serves with Father Len Gavin ministering to their congregation and others in need of prayer and spiritual guidance.

She is mother to one son, Max, a terrific daughter-in-law, Jennifer, and grandmother to two beautiful and precious granddaughters who also love the Lord.

Rev. Deacon Barbara Bender


Archdiocese of the Alpha and Omega

Rev. Fr. Rafael Angel Aponte, Puerto Rico

Rev. Fr. Rafael Angel Aponte, Puerto Rico



Most Reverend Robert EdmondsonGratia vobis et pax a Deo Patre nostro et Domino Iesu Christo! (Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ!)

By the Grace of God, Fr. Robert W. Edmondson was consecrated a bishop in historical Apostolic Succession on June 26th 2005. His lineages are derived from St. Peter, St. John the Evangelist , St. Andrew, St. Paul, St. James, and St. Thomas. Archbishop Samuel Guido, with four other bishops, consecrated Fr. Edmondson. Bishop Guidoís consecrators were The Most Reverends Peter Paul Brennan of the Ecumenical Catholic Diocese of the Americas, Nils Bertil Persson of the Episcopal Apostolic Church of Sweden, and Irl Gladfelter of the AngloLutheran Catholic Church and the Augustana Catholic Communion.

On August 23rd, 2005 Bishop Edmondson was elevated to Archbishop.
Main Apostolic Lineage - The Roman Catholic Rebiban Succession via The Duarte-Costa Lineage
Patron Saint, John the Evangelist

Ministry devoted to Our Lady of Fatima.
Motto, Pro Deo Et Ecclesia (For God and Church)


Fr. Edmondson was baptized and confirmed Roman Catholic and joined the Protestant Episcopal Church in the late 1960's. He was ordained December 9th 1973 at Mountain Lakes , New Jersey. He was consecrated in Apostolic Succession as a Bishop on June 26, 2005 by Archbishops Samuel Guido, Jim Groover and other bishops of the Catholic Church (Lutheran Rite) at Slatington, Pennsylvania. On October 19th, 2006 he was reincardinated into the Anglo-Lutheran Catholic Church, an Augustana Catholic Communion.


As a minister of the Gospel , His Exellency served in parishes in Mountain Lakes, NJ, Peace Dale, RI, Jeffersonville, IN, and Louisville, KY. He also worked for the Rhode Island State Council of Churches. With nearly 30 years service to the US Army and Army Reserve, he served 16 years as a Chaplain. In addition he has served as a Civil Air Patrol Chaplain since 1975.

Episcopal (current)

Member Holy Synod of Bishops, Anglo-Lutheran Catholic Church
Archbishop Ordinary, Archdiocese of Pittsburgh-Ohio Valley.
Vicar for Military and Veteran Affairs.
Bishop Director, Office for Promoting Christian Unity.
Chairman, Board of Governors, St Ambrose College
Secretary General, Augustana Catholic Communion
VICAR GENERAL OF ALCC as of January 5, 2009.


Norwich University (Military College of Vermont), Bloomfield College, Drew University (Theological School) , Louisville Theological Seminary. Wittenberg Lutheran Seminary

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Master of Divinity (MDiv), Master of Sacred Theology (STM), Doctor of Ministry (D. Min), Doctor of Theology (Th.D).

Honorary Degrees

Doctor of Divinity (DD), Concordia Theological Seminary.

Doctor of Humane Letters (LHD), Wittenberg Lutheran Seminary.

Military Service

Bishop Edmondson was Commissioned Second Lieutenant US Army, Corps of Engineer , 1968

Aide de Camp to commanding general of Corps of Engineers, 1968-70

Appointed to Chaplain Corps as a Chaplain, 1975

Unit Chaplain of the Year, 1985, Served as staff chaplain with 82nd Airborne Division, 18th Airborne Corps, Headquarters U.S. Army Reserve Officers Corps, Headquarters NATO. Exchange Officer to West German Defense Ministry and Royal Belgium Army. Depatment of the Army General Staff, Department of Defense, and Advisor to the President. Lt Gen Edmondson was promoted to his first star in 1997


United States Service Corps, Deputy National Commander, Lieutenant General

Civil Air Patrol, Chaplain, Lieutenant Colonel

Honorary Colonel, State of Kentucky

Member, Order of St Ambrose

Member, Fraternal Priestly Society of Saint Peter

Our Church

We proclaim the Bishop of Rome to be successor of Peter and Holy Prophet, Seer, and Revelator. We accept his spiritual authority.
We proclaim our Church to be Catholic, not Protestant.
We seek reunion and communion with the Roman Catholic Church.
We accept the Apostolic Creed as a statement of our faith. We profess to be a confessional faith in the Lutheran tradition.
We believe that ecclesiastical and priestly authority are derived only through Apostolic authority, meaning the laying on of hands , in an unbroken link, from Jesus Christ.
We proclaim Episcopal authority to be the interpreter of Scripture, Dogma, and tradition, so far as bishops are inspired by the Holy Ghost.
We proclaim the evangelical tradition of the church, as founded by Jesus Christ and the Apostles.
We worship in a liturgical tradition and believe the Eucharist to be at the center of our worship life. We pray to the Blessed Virgin Mary and to the Saints for intersession.

++ Bishop Edmondson

In Full Communion
Athanasian Catholic Church, Traditional Church of England, Traditional Church of Scotland(Episcopal), Traditional Church of England - Australia, Evangelical Marian Catholic Church

In closing we offer a daily prayer for Benedict XVI:

Oremus pro Pontifice nostro Benedicti. Dominus conservet eum, et vivificet eum, et beatum fecit eum in terra, et non tradat eum in animam inimicorum eius. Amen

(Let us pray for Benedict our Pope. May the Lord preserve and give him life, and make him blessed upon the earth, and deliver him not up to the will of his enemies).

Diocese of the Holy Trinity

Bishop Jimmy Broussard

Bachelor of Biblical Studies from Grace Bible College, Cary, NC; Received certifications in Theology, Christology, Religious Education and Youth Ministry from the Roman Catholic Church; Ordained Deacon by the Most Rev. Max Broussard on August 7, 1999. Ordained Priest by the Most Rev. Max Broussard on August 8, 1999 in the Chapel of the Holy Trinity. Consecrated Bishop on November 10, 2006 at King of Glory Fellowship in Dallas, Texas. Presently Rector of the Church of the Holy Spirit in Crowley, Louisiana; Pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Crowley; Chaplain for Louisiana State Police Troop I and the Louisiana Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors. Full time police sergeant, DARE, Juvenile Officer and Detective with the Crowley City Police Department, serving on numerous boards involving youth and juvenile justice issues.

129 Pinewood Drive
Crowley, LA 70526

(337) 783-5532 Home
(337) 789-1322 Work Cell
(337) 581-0729 Personal Cell

Bishop Jimmy Broussard



The Anglican Province of Christ the Good Shepherd

The Rt. Rev. Casey Miner
Suffragan Bishop
The Anglican Church of the Americas and

The Rt. Rev. Casey Miner

The Rt. Rev. Casey Miner

Bishop Casey Miner is a Bishop of the Anglican Province of Christ the Good Shepherd in Dallas, Texas. Currently he is the Volunteer Coordinator for the faith based wings at the George Beto Unit in Tennessee Colony, Texas. As the coordinator Father Casey meets with the 360 men three days a week either in classes or one on one. He coordinates the volunteers from other ministries who provide programs for the wing, trains volunteers as needed. With others he raises money for Christian Prison Ministries to make the program function,

In his secular life he worked many years as an accountant. He holds an undergraduate degree in Accounting and Economics from the College of Idaho. Like the apostle Paul, Father Casey has usually held a secular job along with his pastoral duties. He has owned his own business "Jesus Fishhook Co. LLC" and "Scissors Sharpened". In his religious life, he is a certified Mentor for Education for Ministry from the University of the South; Sewanee, Tennessee and holds a Licentiate of Sacred Theology from the Anglican Seminary of the Venerable Bede; Richardson, Texas where he later became Dean of that Seminary. Fr. Casey is a certified trainer of NLP. As a priest he founded Christ Church in Carrollton, Texas. He served as Spiritual Director for the Dallas Emmaus community, an ecumenical body of over 4,000 Christians. He is heavily involved with the Kairos prison ministry.

Vestry and Start Study for Ordination
1977-1980   Lead, South Dakota

  • Attend Cursillo
  • Apply for Ordination under Cannon 8 – Episcopal Church
  • School of Theology – University of the South

Lay Vicar
1979-1983   Edgerton, Wyoming

  • Become Mentor for Theological Education by Extension
  • Serve the small church in Edgerton – 6 people
  • Vacation Bible School – 40 Children

Ordained Deacon
1990-1991 St. Francis Anglican Church   Richardson, Texas

  • Graduate Seminary Saint Bede
  • Teach Old Testament and Church History

Ordained Priest
1991-1997  Christ Church  Carrollton, Texas

  • Started a new congregation and built a church
  • Spiritual Director of Dallas Emmaus Community
  • Archdeacon of the Diocese
  • Kairos
  • Dean of the Seminary Saint Bede

Consecrated Bishop
1997- Present   Dallas, Texas

  • Established Diocese
  • Three Small Congregations, Missionaries to the Philippines, Chaplains for Hospitals
  • Establish Christian Prison Ministries – Teach Voyager, Alpha, Boundaries at Beto
  • Coordinate Faith-based Wing at the George Beto Unit

Coordinator Faith Base Wing
August 2007 - Present  Christian Prison Ministries, Tennessee Colony, Texas

  • Establish a program and coordinate volunteers for a faith-based wing
  • Fund Raising and Administration

1977-1982  University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee

  • Theological Education by Extension Education for Ministry

1989-1990  Seminary of Saint Bede, Richardson, Texas

  • Sacred Theology Licentiate
  • Became Dean of the Seminary

Christian Prison Ministries
P. O. Box 621
Tennessee Colony, TX 75861
(214) 763-1327

The Rt. Rev. Casey Miner In the tradition of St. Peter the Fisherman
In the tradition of St. Peter the Fisherman.

Bishop Tom SmithDiocese of the Incarnation

Bishop George Thomas Smith
PO Box One Thousand
Mount Freedom, New Jersey 07970
973-366-7591 E-mail:


Bachelor of Business Administration, Nichols College, Dudley, Mass.
Master of Arts, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan
Master of Divinity, Minnesota Graduate School of Theology, Minneapolis, Minn
Doctor of Education, California Coast University, Santa Ana, California
Doctor of Philosophy, Wolsey Hall/Oxford University
Doctor of Divinity, (Honoris Causa), St. Mattais Seminary
ADDITIONAL EDUCATION: Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE Four Units) Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, The General Theological Seminary, East Stoudsburg University, The Air University (USAF), Old Dominion University.

1987 Ordained Deacon
1988 Ordained Priest
1992 Consecrated Bishop
1988-Present Rector St Anselm and St. Dunstan Anglican Church
2002-Present: Randolph (NJ) High School, Teacher of Engineering & Technology.
1992-2001: Sussex County Community College, Newton, NJ; Professor & Coordinator
1977-1992 County College of Morris, Randolph, NJ; Professor and Coordinator:
1974-1977 Randolph Township, NJ; Director of Parks and Recreation.

Adjunct Faculty Positions: 1974-76 Kean University, 1980 Teacher Traing Institute, Winneba, Ghana, 1981-84 International College of the Cayman Islands, 1992-present County College of Morris,2002-05 East Stroudsburg University.

Board Certified Chaplain; Scholar, The Society of Scholars, Oxford Graduate School; Research Fellow, Oxford University: Reader, The Bodlian Library, Oxford University

Producers Guild of America, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Air Force Association (AFA).

West Morris Area YMCA: President 1987-89, Board of Directors 1977-1995,Randolph Rotary Club President 1977-78, Boy Scouts of America: Eagle Scout, Scout Master Troop 166,1989-90, Assistant Scoutmaster 1988-present. Randolph Jaycees,. Fraternal Order of Police, Randolph, NJ.


Missionary Diocese of Peru
The Resurrection of the Lord
La Resurrecciòn del Señor

Rvdo Jesus Manuel mejia Quiroz

  1. Mi Nombre es es. Jesùs Manuel Mejìa Quiroz; Sacerdote Dicesano; Ordenado en Lima Perù, el 29 de Mayo de 1992 Ordenado por el Obispo Diocesano de la Iglesia Romana de Lima.
  2. Email.
  3. Capilla de la Sagrada familia de Ate Vitarte Los Robles
  4. Capilla "San Francisco de Asìs" de Lurin-Lima Sur.
  5. Seminaristas que esperan su Ordenaciòn: David Quispe Aguirre con D.N.I. 10861686. Ex-Seminarista Romano, con estudios concluidos Teologia y Filosofia.Casado y con dos niños. Gino Marquez, Seminarista con estudos concluidos de Filosofia y teologia en el seminario Mayor de Santo Toribio de Lima.
  6. No tenemos comunidad Religiosa, Femenina o Masculina.
  7. El Nombre propuesto para nuestra futura Diocesis en el Perù es "La Resurrecciòn del Señor". Porque buscamos construir una Pastoral diferente, distinta a la que ya tenemos.
  8. Estamos creando el escudo de nuestra Diocesis o el logotipo que pueda identificarnos como una Iglesia diferente.
  9. Queremos crear una escuela para niños, o una cuna o guardaria para niños. Ya tenemos el terreno, solo nos falta el fianciamiento; estamos trabajando en sonas de escasos recursos economicos y con familias muy pobres.
  10. Buscamos crear un comedor popular que ayde en el almuerzo a los mas pobres. Tenemos el terreno y el proyecto.Solo nos falta el financiamiento.
  11. Queremos la Ordenaciòn de nuestros seminaristas como presbiteros para ayudarme en el trabajo Pastoral.
  12. Necesitamos los libros de Oraciòn Comun para nuestros cultos y celebraciones.
  13. Quremos inscribirnos en registros publicos y caminar con dignidad a igual que cualquier comunidad religiosa en mi paìs.
  14. Tenemos unas 30 familias identificadas con nuestra Iglesia

Jesús Manuel Mejía Quiroz,  Presbítero Anglicano ordenado por el Obispo Romano en la catedral de Lima, en el año de 1,994 en Lima-Perú.

Actualmente tengo 16 años ejerciendo el Ministerio Presbiteral y hoy me desempeño como misionero de la Iglesia Anglicana de las Américas – Misión Perú. Tengo a mi cargo dos pequeñas comunidades.

Tengo 42 años,  soy casado y tengo tres hermosos hijos. El mayor tiene la edad de 14 años, el segundo 03 y la  última  02 meses.

Me desempeño como Sub-director de un Colegio en Lima y soy graduado en Ciencias Teológicas y en Ciencias de la Educación por la Universidad Nacional de la Villarreal de Lima.

Mis estudios de filosofía y teología los he terminado en el Seminario Mayor “Santo Toribio” de Lima y mi formación fue de 10 años académicos.

Actualmente vivo con mi familia en una modesta vivienda de  Ate - Vitarte muy cerca de la carretera central de Lima centro.

La Palabra de Dios me entusiasma a colaborar con el Señor en esta gran Obra que dirige la Amada Iglesia Anglicana de las Américas.

Rvdo Jesus Manuel mejia Quiroz

Rvdo Jesus Manuel mejia Quiroz

Rvdo Jesus Manuel mejia Quiroz

Rvdo Jesus Manuel mejia Quiroz

Photos from Peru


Diocese of Southeast Brazil
Diócesis Brasil Sudeste
Diócesis Brasil Sudeste

Bishop Jose Moreno, Brazil

Bishop Jose Moreno

Rio de Janeiro: (21) 3514-7067 / 8460-4635
São Paulo: (11) 4063-8861
Belo Horizonte: (31) 4062-7631

Bishop Moreno was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil on March 19, 1952.
He is married to Revda. Leni Erdei Eunice Moreno, and they have a son, Tito Marcos Moreno.
He received holy orders in 1975 as an evangelical pastor and in 2000 as an Anglican clergyman.
On December 11, 2004, he was consecrated an Anglican bishop to be a missionary in his country, Brazil.
He currently lives with his family in the city of Rio de Janeiro. He has
studied Theology, Psychoanalysis, and Homeopathy. He has a Master's degree in Pastoral Psychology
and a Doctoral degree in Philosophy and in Homeopathy.
El Obispo Moreno nasció en la ciudad de São Paulo, Brasil, en 19 de marzo de 1952.
Es casado con la Revda. Leni Eunice Erdei Moreno, con quién tiene un hijo, Tito Marcos Moreno.
Recibió las sagradas órdenes en 1975 como pastor evangélico y en 2000 como clérigo anglicano.
En 11 de dezembro de 2004 fue consagrado Obispo Anglicano para actuar como misionero en su país, Brasil.
Actualmente, vive con su familia en la ciudad del Rio de Janeiro.
Tiene formación superior en Teología, en Psicoanálisis y en Homeopatía.
Es maestro en Psicología Pastoral y Doctor en Filosofía y en Homeopatía.

O bispo Moreno nasceu na cidade de São Paulo, Brasil, em 19 de março de 1952.
É casado com a Revda. Leni Eunice Erdei Moreno, com quem tem um filho, Tito Marcos Moreno.
Recebeu as sagradas ordens em 1975 como pastor evangélico e em 2000 como clérigo anglicano.
Em 11 de dezembro de 2004, foi consagrado bispo anglicano para atuar como missionário em seu país, o Brasil.
Atualmente, vive com sua família na cidade do Rio de Janeiro.
Tem formação superior em Teologia, em Psicanálise e em Homeopatia.
É mestre em Psicologia Pastoral e Doutor em Filosofia e em Homeopatia.


Rufino Altamirano

Nacido el 10 de Julio de 1964.

Estudios: educación primaria y secundaria.
Preparación teológica: Teología pastoral.
Tarea realizadas en la Iglesia: Diacono, Pastor, Pastor zonal, Pastor superintendente, Arcediano, Consagrado Obispo Auxiliar el día 14 de mayo del 2009.
Su familia: Adela Pérez de Altamirano.
3 hijos.

Humberto Axt

Nacido el 2 de octubre de 1946.
Estudios: educación primaria y secundarios (agrónomo)
Estudios teológico: B.C.H
Tareas realizadas en la Iglesia: Ordenación al diaconado 1979, Pastor 1980, Pastor Zonal 1985, Arcediano 1994, Obispo Auxiliar 1997, Obispo Diocesano 2002.
Familia: Esposa Iris Heinze de Axt.
Hija: Maia Aylen Axt. Edad: 19 años.
Hijo: Berna Francisco Axt. Edad: 20 años.
Teléfonos disponibles: 0054-387-154538130. 0054-387-154040537.




























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