Located in Jonesboro, GA, St. Francis is a traditional Anglican parish dedicated to the Apostles' teaching, the Fellowship, the Breaking of Bread, and the Prayers.
As an Anglican Church we seek to remain faithful to the historic Catholic and Apostolic Faith as expressed through our rich tradition and the 1928 Book of Common Prayer.
We exist not just for Christians, but also for anyone who wants to find and know God. We truly believe the old saying that the Church is meant to be a "hospital for sinners, not a museum of saints." We understand that "there is no health in us" either in the church-goer or non-church goer, and we are all in need of the Great Physician. We seek to be a safe place where wounds can heal, the broken can mend, and those who have lost their way can get their bearings.
199 N. Main St.
Jonesboro, GA 30236
We believe it is essential for all followers of Jesus to be a part of a Christian community (Heb.10:25), because there is no such thing as "go it alone" Christianity (1Cor.12:14-19; Rom.12:4-5). So, since 1991, we have sought to come together in order to help one another experience the fullness of the Christian faith by:
- helping each other remain rooted in prayer and worship,
- meeting together regularly so that everyone can be nourished by God's Word and Sacraments,
- and, encourage each other to be matured by the Holy Spirit in order to bear fruits of love and good works.