The Anglican Church of the Holy Trinity is part of the newly-formed Anglican Province known as the Anglican Church in North America. We belong to the world-wide Anglican Communion and our worship is in the Anglican Tradition, which is one of the many great traditions within God’s One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. The Anglican Communion represents the third largest Communion of Christians world-wide after the Roman and Greek Orthodox Churches.
New Testament Scripture, which is God’s revelation of Himself to the Apostles, is the benchmark for our life and witness as the People of God. We are further rooted in the mighty acts of God as revealed in the Old Testament. This gives us a Faith that can stand against “the world, the flesh and the devil,” and resist the innovations of modernism that do not reflect the Faith once delivered by God in Christ.
We Anglicans rejoice in our rich heritage as Christians and follow closely the great liturgical and sacramental traditions of the Church. This is explained elsewhere in this document. All of us are on a pilgrimage together into an ever-deepening relationship with our heavenly Father, a pilgrimage made possible because of what God has done for us in Christ Jesus. We walk this journey day-by-day in the personal power and presence of the Holy Spirit in our lives. This “Trinitarian” way in which we are in a personal and active relationship with God… Father, Son and Holy Spirit… is central to our identity as Christians.
Here at Holy Trinity, we seek a balanced, healthy and growing spirituality. We honor God in our worship, seek to know God through our study, and serve God through our apostolic action. None of these are options for a healthy and growing disciple of our Lord Jesus Christ.