We invite you to join our growing body of biblically faithful Christians living in the fullness of the Anglican tradition, both evangelical and catholic, we stand for the faith believed everywhere, always, by all, the faith "once delivered to the saints". (Jude ch.1. v.3)
Who Are We?
We are a liturgical church affiliated with the Anglican Church in America (ACA). The ACA is a Province of the worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion, which is now in over 40 countries.
Seeking? We offer you real spiritual food and the undiluted Gospel of Jesus Christ that is grounded in the ancient teachings and traditions of the Faith, simply put, Classic Christianity.' We are not a denomination but an heir of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit throughout the ages. Why not rediscover Christian tradition for yourself? Here is the faith of ages for you to embrace, not a shallow New Age fad or a superficial secularized experiment. A little investigation could lead you to a life of holiness, fulfillment, joy and eternal salvation.
Never heard of Anglicans? Anglicans translated the King James Version of the Holy Bible, composed a vast and beautifully rich hymnody, compiled the Book of Common Prayer which is an ordering of Holy Scripture and devotions for the purpose of worshiping the Lord in a beautiful, comprehensive and worthy way. Throughout the world a thousand new people embrace the Anglican tradition each day.
Leading writers such as C.S. Lewis, John Stott, Os Guinness, and N.T. Wright all share a common Anglican heritage. Our clergy maintain high standards of education, training and commitment. You will hear expository sermons teaching the great Christian truths and experience a prayer life uplifting our parish community and any in need.
Regular prayer intentions include our community, military personnel, and those who serve our nation and those who suffer persecution for their faith in Jesus Christ. Clergy and laity all are faithful Christians who believe in the sanctity of all human life and work to preserve it.
What do we believe? "The act of defending any of the cardinal virtues has today all the exhilaration of a vice" (G.K. Chesterton, A Defense of Humanities, The Defendant, 1901)
We have no doctrine of our own - we only possess the doctrine of the Church Catholic. That is to say we have not imposed doctrine onto the teachings of the early, undivided Christian church.
We affirm the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as the Word of God written; the Apostles, Nicene and Athanasian Creeds; the Book of Common Prayer and Ordinal as a theological norm; the Lambeth Quadrilateral and the Affirmation of St. Louis as reliable and reasonable outgrowth for theological guidance and interpretation.
We understand the persistence of sin, and we strive daily to overcome its tragic consequences on our culture and in our lives. We live the Sacramental life and the "faith once delivered" (Jude ch.1. v.3), and fulfill to the best of our ability Jesus Christ's Great Commission to take the good news to all nations. Please come and join us in joyfully worshipping God.
Why a traditional church in contemporary times? For we have lost the substance, and dwell too much in opinion." William Laud on the gallows, 1645
A traditional church offers patience during historical turbulence” and teaching grounded in the consensus of the early undivided church. This teaching is being lost amid a flurry of secularism and new age trendiness, and it is leading people to lose touch with centuries of Christian teaching, experience and wisdom. Tradition is living witness of the outpouring of grace through the Holy Ghost to God's people - Jesus' promise to us.
Our church offers you and your family a place to grow spiritually and learn and understand the message of Jesus Christ in a comprehensive way. Traditional Christianity has been embraced by millions of people of diverse cultures and generations bringing us together in the objective truth and love of God through Jesus Christ our Lord. You too can be a part of Christ's living Church. "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today, and forever." Heb. 13:8, KJV
The substitution of "relevance" in lieu of faith has caused a major exodus of the faithful from many denominations. You now have a place to learn and practice the classic Christian truths rather than having to adopt every new idea and unproven theory. If you or someone you know is staying home for this reason we invite you and your friends and family to come and see.
The people of Trinity and the other churches of The Anglican Church in America are passing on to the next generation the faith once delivered to the saints. Our children and grandchildren must have an opportunity to receive this divine gift intact. Come help us deliver the faith.