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Archdiocese of
Evangelistic Apostolic Church Diocese

           3810 Ropers Church Road - Lanexa, VA. 23089

 
 

Welcome


   

At Evangelistic Apostolic Church Diocese we pride ourselves in the daily contribution to individual and community well being. We believe that by sharing common values we can increase the opportunity of each individual in the community.

Our staff members are a diverse group of individuals with a wide range of skills and expertise. Our goal is to make a difference in your life and those around you. Don't just stand on the sidelines get engaged in you. The EACD was first founded and established on August 01, 2002 as Ecumenical Apostolic Church Diocese by twelve bishops whom left their own diocese and formed this new Apostolic Rite, With this new diocese a new Archbishop was voted upon and chosen to head up this new diocese and has been growing stronger each year with clergymen from around the world with their own churches and different denominational faiths and is made up of all types of clergymen who have become members with us and we all come together as one voice for Christ and this makes us His Apostles ie.

The Apostolic Rite...

We are His Priest, Bishops, Ministers, Deacons, We walk in His footsteps and we take up our own cross and follow Him in His teachings and we spread the word of the Father and his Son Jesus Christ.

The Diocese name was changed for several reasons to Evangelistic Apostolic Church Diocese as well as it's logo. To reach more clergymen that wanted or needed a change to a place where they can belong without being judged of their faith background, but needed to grow in the fellowship of the brotherhood within the Priesthood and of the Holy Spirit that grows within them as clergymen.

Some clergymen lack the brotherhood and fellowship with other ministers out there and just feel alone and abandoned without any help of fellow clergymen that really care about ministry. Any clergymen that had ordinations done through the old diocese name is still valid through the new diocese name, but from now on any ordinations done will be through the new name of the EACD. So don't anyone worry about it. Your Holy Orders into the Priesthood are still valid and will stand as such.

Application into the EACD is found on our documents page, Cost is a one time fee of Only 35.00 USD for processing fee. All other applications will be rejected if not paid to Good Hope Church. If payment is made to someone else its fake and you won't be recognized by this diocese.


 
 

 

Biography of Archbishop John Johnston
Born March 17,1958 in Newport News Virginia. Lived in Albemarle Country attended Albemarle High Schools in Charlottesville, VA. After High School studied Criminal Law by The Department of Criminal Justice then began a career within the Private Security, Process Service and Investigation field in Virginia; License and Registered from 1975-1996 with two offices and 38 employees, also I was sworn in as Special Police Investigator Officer with local Police Department for 5 years in Williamsburg-James City County Virginia.
I received two Award Plaques in 1996 for Executive of Business Owners of the Year. Paragon’s Who’s Who National Registry and Universal Who’s Who Publication. By this year I was also one of the top 10 Private Investigators in Virginia.
During counseling with a client and witnessing to him, God had lead me into the ministry and said it was time to do his will and not of my own. So I let my State license expired and stopped taking clients. 
Soled the company in August and went into the Seminary Priesthood in 1996.
I graduated from the Holy Cross Theological Seminary in 1998 with a Doctoral in Religious Theology and a Master’s of Pastoral Family Counseling.
I was first ordained as a Deacon in 2000, by Rt.Rev.William E.Conner Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Dallas Texas. As I continued to study at the Holy Cross Seminary. 
I was ordained as a Priest in 2001 then Rt.Rev.Bruce Campbell of Holy Cross Episcopal Church in New Rochelle, NY. 
Consecrated, as a Bishop Consecrated as a Bishop in 2002 by Archbishop Gregory Godsey of Hopkinsville, Kentucky of the Ancient Apostolic Communion, but due to problems of his Apostolic Lines of Succession that was invalid. So several others and myself left his diocese and started our own diocese.
I was voted in as the new Archbishop by six other bishops to head up a new diocese.  
In 2003 then by the Rt.Rev.Bruce Campbell consecrated me over again to make things right in the Apostolic Lines of Succession. 
Today continue with our diocese Evangelis
Biography of Archbishop John Johnston

Born March 17,1958 in Newport News Virginia. Lived in Albemarle Country attended Albemarle High Schools in Charlottesville, VA. After High School studied Criminal Law by The Department of Criminal Justice then began a career within the Private Security, Process Service and Investigation field in Virginia; License and Registered from 1975-1996 with two offices and 38 employees, also I was sworn in as Special Police Investigator Officer with local Police Department for 5 years in Williamsburg-James City County Virginia.

I received two Award Plaques in 1996 for Executive of Business Owners of the Year. Paragon’s Who’s Who National Registry and Universal Who’s Who Publication. By this year I was also one of the top 10 Private Investigators in Virginia.

During counseling with a client and witnessing to him, God had lead me into the ministry and said it was time to do his will and not of my own. So I let my State license expired and stopped taking clients. 

Soled the company in August and went into the Seminary Priesthood in 1996.
I graduated from the Holy Cross Theological Seminary in 1998 with a Doctoral in Religious Theology and a Master’s of Pastoral Family Counseling.

I was first ordained as a Deacon in 2000, by Rt.Rev.William E.Conner Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Dallas Texas. As I continued to study at the Holy Cross Seminary. 
I was ordained as a Priest in 2001 then Rt.Rev.Bruce Campbell of Holy Cross Episcopal Church in New Rochelle, NY. 

Consecrated, as a Bishop Consecrated as a Bishop in 2002 by Archbishop Gregory Godsey of Hopkinsville, Kentucky of the Ancient Apostolic Communion, but due to problems of his Apostolic Lines of Succession that was invalid. So several others and myself left his diocese and started our own diocese.

I was voted in as the new Archbishop by six other bishops to head up a new diocese.  
In 2003 then by the Rt.Rev.Bruce Campbell consecrated me over again to make things right in the Apostolic Lines of Succession. 
Today continue with our diocese Evangelistic Apostolic Church Diocese a World-Wide Ministry.