We extend a warm welcome to you, whether you already know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior and are looking for a church home – or if you would like to learn more about Jesus Christ, the Holy Scriptures and the Christian faith.
Our goal is to know Christ and to make Him known. We do this by bringing our ancient faith to a modern culture through relevant Bible teaching, liturgical worship and prayer, with a commitment to discipleship, fellowship, mission, and evangelism.
Our worship service is deeply rooted in the traditions of the early church while making those traditions accessible today. It is a blend of ancient and modern expressions of worship that connect us with Christ’s church and a community of believers. The centerpiece of our worship is the celebration of Eucharist (or Holy Communion), in which God pours out his grace on us through the gift of his son Jesus Christ.
We are committed to worshiping together, growing in faith, connecting with each other, and serving God’s people in the city and the world. We are connected to the wider Anglican Communion through oversight from a bishop in the Gulf Atlantic Diocese, a missionary diocese of the Anglican Church in North America.
Eucharist, or Holy Communion, is a sacrament which Christ commended that we as Christians should do in remembrance of Him(Luke 22:19). It is our central act of worship and can be understood in two movements: the Word of God and Holy Communion. Join us as we fellowship and participate in Eucharist.
Scripture makes it clear that our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being are interconnected. The Gospels use the term ‘healing’ for both physical healing and for the broader wholeness that Jesus brings to people. All of us have areas that need healing. We invite you to experience Jesus’ ministry of healing through prayer, confession and communion.
This is held in the fellowship hall. We enjoy some of the best breakfasts you’ll ever eat, and then some of the best Bible study you'll ever experience. It’s over by 9:15am, so don’t be late! By the way, it’s OK to come dressed for Saturday chores.