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Tradition, Faith, and Practice

Holy Eucharist: Celebrated Sundays 10:30 a.m., Wednesdays 10:30 a.m.,

Holy Days (See Calendar)

Anglican Catholic Tradition, Faith, and Practice

Traditional Anglicanism, and indeed what is called “Anglo-Catholicism”, takes the best from the glorious witness of the church, especially from the treasures of its English branch. This means the majesty and might of the King James Bible read in worship. It is the timeless liturgy of the historic Book of Common Prayer. It is the sacraments and a sacramental life, celebrated and held dear.

It is the riches of the Church Fathers, from St. Ignatius to St. Augustine and beyond. It is in holding a faith that takes seriously the Creeds and Confessions, the rich theology of the universal Church. It means the pious devotions and theological treasures of many dear examples in the faith through the centuries. It is the trust that an anchored, steadfast, and resolute Christian faith is a guard and remedy in a false and shallow world.

Our tradition is in the reverence and honor shown to Christ as we partake of Holy Communion, or the Eucharist. It is in the poetry of George Herbert, the writings of C.S. Lewis, and the brilliance of the Caroline Divines. It is in the ancient hymn translations of John Mason Neale, Anglican chant, and music ringing all throughout the church year. It is in the quiet country parish and in the Church throughout the world.

It is the ongoing spiritual battle for fidelity and goodness against evil. Above all, it is focused on the redemptive work of how our Triune God saves sinners, how we receive Christ in the Holy Eucharist, and how we are to live in light of this. In short, this historic expression of the faith is deeper, more comforting, more wonderful, more fulfilling, and above all, incredibly true in Christ than we could have ever imagined. We hope you will join us as we learn and worship together.

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