An Ancient Faith
Imagine the rich, reverent worship of the past merged with a joyful, vibrant expression of the present ... that is Anglicanism. We combine the beauty of an ancient faith with a bible rooted contemporary application for today.
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This is an ancient faith, rooted in the Bible and the earliest church Fathers. Our worship includes practices of corporate prayers, confession and readings of the Scripture along with observing the church calendar an taking seriously the practice of spiritual disciplines.
Though some of our worship looks catholic and we have high regard for Catholic believers, the Anglican faith is rooted in the Protestant Reformation. The Apostle's and Nicene Creeds form our basic beliefs, but we hold firmly to the inspired Word of God as foundation for all right belief and that salvation comes through Christ Alone by grace through faith.
Jesus gave us two sacraments: Baptism and Communion. We practice both at Trinity. We baptize infants and adults. We partake of communion every Sunday as a central aspect of our worship. We believe God works through these sacraments to meet with His people and strengthen our faith.
We are part of the Anglican Mission in America under Bishop Philip Jones. The mission of AMiA is to raise up, release and support three-stream Anglican leaders, planters and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in the United States.