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As a parish in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), we hold to the Christian faith as expressed in the ancient Creeds, our statements of faith, and our catechism.

Ancient Creeds

Trinitarian Faith

In the earliest centuries of the church, the Apostle's Creed emerged as a succinct statement of the gospel message. Over time however, more clarity was needed as disputes arose over the doctrine of the Trinity and the two natures of Jesus, fully God and fully human. The Nicene and Athanasian Creeds were formulated in response to these controversies. It was established that the Christian church worships one God in three persons, the Father, the Son, and the Spirit.

Statements of Faith

Anglican Doctrine

The Anglican Church in North America is an Anglican province that holds to the timeless truth of God's word in unity with other global Anglicans. These truths are summarized in our Fundamental Declarations and the Jerusalem Statement.

Our Catechism

Deeper Questions

The catechism is a rich resource of questions and answers about what it means to believe in, belong to, and behave like Jesus Christ. Our Catechism is a rich tool for discipleship and learning more about what it means to be a Christian. 

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