Our Diocese

Anglican diocese of christ our hope

Made up of more than thirty-five parishes, its mission is to plant, build and equip disciple-making Anglican churches, their people, and those who serve them.

The Diocese of Christ Our Hope Website

Our Bishop

The Right Reverend Dr. Steve Breedlove

The Rt. Rev. Steven Breedlove was born in Tyler, Texas, and attended Washington & Lee University and Dallas Theological Seminary. In 2005, he was ordained as an Anglican priest of the Church of Rwanda and served in pastoral leadership at Church of the Apostles. He was then sent out with a group from Apostles to plant All Saints Church of Chapel Hill/Durham. In June 2012, he resigned from parish ministry, was nominated to be come a bishop, and became the Presider pro tem of PEARUSA under the appointment of Archbishop Onesphore Rwaje. He was consecrated a bishop in the Anglican Church of Rwanda and in the Anglican Church of North America in October 2012, and now serves as Presider of PEARUSA, the Missionary District of the Anglican Church of Rwanda to North America. Steve and his wife, Sally, were married in 1972, and together they served in non-denominational community churches for 29 years in the US and Canada. They have five children, all of whom are now married, and nine grandchildren.

Our Province


Holy Trinity is a member of the Anglican Church in North American (ACNA). ACNA is a province-in-formation which unifies over 100,000 Anglicans in the North America in 700 parishes and 28 dioceses. Many of the world’s Anglican leaders, including the GAFCON primates (who represent over 70% of Anglicans worldwide), have officially recognized the Anglican Church in North America. 

The Anglican Church of North America

Our Archbishop

The Most Reverend Dr. Foley Beach

The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach served as the Rector and Pastor of Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, Georgia from its founding in 2004. In 2010 he was consecrated as the first Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the South. After election by the ACNA College of Bishops, he began serving as Archbishop of the province in 2014.

Archbishop Beach is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, the School of Theology at the University of the South, and Georgia State University. He has served in ministry with Young Life, the Episcopal Church, and the Anglican Church. His passion is to share the Word of God in such a way as to help others discover the incredible living Jesus. Married for more than 30 years, he and his wife, Allison, have two grown children and make their home in the Metro-Atlanta area.