Church Planting and the Anglican Tradition


This post first appeared on the Seedbed Blog.

In this video interview, Winfield Bevins and Dan Alger sit down to discuss both the positive contributions and the cultural barriers of planting a church in the Anglican tradition. They conclude that the richness of Anglicanism is fertile ground for missional work in 21st century America.

Visit for more church planting resources in the Anglican tradition.

Explore more seeds: view the interview with Dan Alger on why Anglicans must plant churches; view all of our resources on church planting here; connect with others in the movement by visiting our Church Planter Collective; view the video interview with Ed Stetzer offering three points of advice for church planters; view the video where Ed Stetzer teaches on how Francis Asbury modeled church planting in 19th century America.


Winfield Bevins has a passion for equipping others to spread the gospel in their own context. He serves as the Director of Asbury Seminary’s Church Planting Initiative. As a seasoned practitioner, he has used his experience to train leaders from diverse backgrounds on three different continents. He frequently speaks at conferences, churches, seminaries and retreats on a variety of topics. He is the author of several books, including Church Planting Revolution, Field Guide for Daily Prayer and Ever Ancient, Ever New. He and his wife Kay, have three beautiful girls Elizabeth, Anna Belle, and Caroline.