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"Anglicanism isn't the only way to follow Christ, but it is a reliable way of being a Christian."
- Robert Duncan


The Bible is central and foundational to the life of the Church and every individual Christian. The Anglican Church was founded on the belief that the Bible is for everyone and that everyone should be able to read it and put it into practice. We emphasize the authority of the Scriptures as the Word of God written and the great Reformation doctrine of salvation by grace alone through faith alone. We hold a high view of the atoning work of Christ on the cross and stress the need for personal repentance and faith.


The word "catholic" means "universal." The Anglican way is rooted in the theology and practices of the universal church throughout all ages. Reverent liturgical worship according to the Book of Common Prayer forms the heart of the Anglican tradition. The sacraments, including Baptism and Eucharist, offer tangible assurances of God's grace. Anglicanism upholds a three-fold ordained ministry with bishops, priests, and deacons, emphasizing apostolic succession for continuity with the early church.


We long for and expect the experience of the Holy Spirit and his supernatural work among us. The charismatic element of Anglicanism emphasizes the importance of the Holy Spirit in the life and work of the Church today. The Holy Spirit guides and empowers us for ministry. Charismatic ministry often involves healing prayer and exercising the gifts of the Spirit.

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