Statesboro transformed by Jesus
Personal Conversion. Individuals and families reconciled
to God in heart and life- growing in love for Jesus- over and against the idols of our day, especially consumerism, individualism, and politics.
Societal Restoration. A community pursuing the perfect will
of God for the city/culture, particularly in bringing about justice, healing, and beauty.
Global Engagement. A people blessed by God always
seeks to bless others. In our community, that would look like planting churches in surrounding towns and sending missionaries (college students, medical staff, and others) around the country and the world.
To know Jesus and to make Him known
Scripture. The authoritative revelation of Jesus of the Old
and New Testaments.
Sacraments. Shorthand for the gifts of the church historic;
especially Baptism and the Lord’s SupperSacrament.
Spirit. an empowered congregation faithfully blessing
their community through evangelism and service.
All this, Sustainably. We long to know Jesus and to make him known, not just now, but well into the future. Thus we pursue relational and financial stability as a church
The kind of church we strive to be
Centered. Centered on Christ (through Scripture,
Sacrament, and Spirit).
Missional. Driven to extend the love of God to the world
by the power of the Spirit.
Ancient. Rooted in the wisdom of the church through the
ages (Liturgy, hymns, church calendar, etc.).
Local. Rooted in the geography, history, and culture of the
Boro. (contemporary instrumentation, accessible worship, practical preaching, etc.)
Incarnate. A fully-human faith, existing not in brain alone,
nor in heart alone, but in all of our lives (reflected in our worship, our small groups, our mission, etc.)
Hospitable. Sharing our lives with each other and the
world, particularly with those we disagree with.
Who We Are
Rev. Drew Miller
Pastor, Statesboro Anglican Mission
Drew grew up on a tree farm on John’s Island (just outside of Charleston, SC) and spent most of his childhood in between the salt marsh and the pine forest. He was raised in the church, and first recognized the immense love of God in a circus tent in the mountains of Marietta County.
He received his undergraduate degree from Furman University (Greenville, SC), and after serving as an assistant at a Charleston church plant for several years, received his Masters of Divinity from Trinity School for Ministry (Ambridge, PA). He loves fiction, sad music, river sailing, good coffee, and trees. All the trees.
Drew is the pastor of the Statesboro Anglican Mission. He joined the team in Statesboro in August 2019.
Rev. Marc Robertson
Pastor, Christ Church Anglican (Savannah)
Marc has been the Rector (Senior Pastor) of Christ Church Anglican since January of 1992. He and his wife of over forty years, Alice, have raised their two sons, Jon and Matthew, in Savannah where they enjoy a “mini-farm” with dogs and horses. Both Marc and Alice are outdoor enthusiasts. Marc came to faith in Christ as a teenager. He graduated from William and Mary in 1976 and has post-graduate degrees from Westminster Theological Seminary, Sewanee School of Theology, and Fuller Theological Seminary. He also completed studies at St. Mary’s Divinity School, St. Andrews, Scotland.
As the Rector of Christ Church Anglican, Marc (with the rest of CCA’s leadership) directly oversee’s Drew’s work in Statesboro.