We’re a Nourishing Anglican Church in Montgomery, AL
Legacy Anglican Church is not a replication of other churches. While we are modern and contemporary in some of our approaches, we answer to a Bishop, plan worship services based heavily on tradition, follow a liturgy, and observe the ancient church calendar. But you won’t find rules that restrict you from a relationship with Jesus Christ that leads to fulfillment and happiness. From children’s ministry Sunday morning to Adult bible study, dinner, and discussion on Wednesday nights, we’re here with you every step of the way. We’re an Anglican Church in Montgomery, AL with a unique approach to nourishing the soul.
We Help Those Less Fortunate than Us Through Our Ministry
At Legacy Anglican Church, we believe in looking out for those less fortunate than us. That’s why we are active in our community, working at soup kitchens and in homeless shelters to provide relief and spiritual guidance to the downtrodden. We believe that no matter how dire your situation may be, you’re entitled to be treated like a human being. We partner with the Friendship Mission to help keep Montgomery’s local soup kitchens and homeless shelters fully stocked with helping hands.
Join Our Engaging and Rewarding Ministries
We offer ministries for men, women, and children. Each of our ministry programs are geared towards enhancing the relationship our members have with Christ and magnifying their love for Him. Our men enjoy the fellowship gained from worshipping among other men and growing both personally and spiritually. Our women enjoy the benefits of being members of the Montgomery Chapter of The Daughters of the Holy Cross and the fulfillment that comes from making art that glorifies God. We make children feel like members of the Church from an early age. Contact us today to learn more.
The Reverend Douglas McCurry
Currently, Rev. McCurry is the Rector of Legacy Anglican Church which began in January 2005. They meet on Bell road next to the Bell Road YMCA.
Rev. McCurry came to Montgomery in 2000 with his wife, Cathy Sue and their four boys which have become young men growing up in Montgomery. Two of whom are currently serving in the military and the other two are in college.
Rev. McCurry was raised in Carson City, Nevada and received a BS in Business from the University of Nevada in Reno. His job in retail took him to Colorado where he went back to school. After receiving a MBA from the University of Colorado, Rev. McCurry went to work for the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado. While working for the Diocese, he met and married the love of his life, Cathy Sue. A year later they moved to Ambridge, Pennsylvania for Rev. McCurry to study at Trinity School for Ministry where he received his M.Div.
After graduating and being ordained in the Episcopal Church, Rev. McCurry served in Valdosta, GA and Austin, Texas before coming to Montgomery. Montgomery has become a home for the McCurrys.