6T3A9492 800We use the 1928 American Book of Common Prayer as our standard for community worship.  We believe the old adage Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi, what we pray is what we believe (literally “the law of prayer is the law of faith”).  Since the 1928 Prayer Book is the last American Prayer Book to uphold the 450+ year tradition of Anglican Prayer Book theology, language, and form, we know that our worship is formed by “right doctrine” that has been inspired by Scripture, and has been sanctified over the centuries by the prayerful use of the faithful.

This worship keeps us focused on the gift of God in his Son Jesus Christ, and our need to continually turn to Him for the Grace necessary to live lives worthy of our calling.