What is Anglican Christianity?
Anglican Christianity is rooted in the ancient faith and practice of the first century church and developed in the English Reformation. Driven by a missionary focus, Anglicanism has been about the work of making disciples for over 500 years and has expanded into a global church.
We worship the triune God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and we are committed to the Word of God as our first source for God’s revelation to us, for the conduct of our lives, and for the content and mission of spreading the good news of Jesus Christ.
A rich worship experience is a key ingredient of our Anglican heritage. We embrace an interactive liturgy and emphasis on the sacraments of Baptism and Communion (or the Lord’s Supper) instituted by Jesus himself.
We are part of a missionary jurisdiction in and for the United States by the Anglican Province of Rwanda. It is this province of which we are part and to which we are submitted. Go to the PEARUSA website for more information on this. We are also very pleased to be a full member of The Anglican Church of North America (ACNA).