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Our Mission is to share Christianity
by offering a place of prayer, acceptance, and spiritual renewal for all.
We are a community of faith that worships in the Anglican tradition.
We welcome all spiritual seekers - those whose faith is just beginning, those whose faith has been on “hold” for a while, and those whose faith has been lifelong.
This is a place where we explore what it means to be a Christian in the 21st Century - holding up the issues of our day in the light of the gospel.
We strive to be a church that is welcoming, inclusive, compassionate and respectful toward all of God’s creation.
We welcome people with doubts and questions who may be weary of rigid understandings of Scripture, and who want to explore and develop their faith in a way that makes sense to them. In all things, we preach a gospel of God’s abundant grace made known to us in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, and actively seek ways to put that faith into action in our community and beyond.
"To share Christianity by offering a place of prayer, acceptance, and spiritual renewal for all."
How do we live out this mission?
With open minds:
As God's people, we share the love of God in a way that nurtures body, mind, and spirit.
With open hearts:
Demonstrating God's love for the world, we serve a diverse population and accept one another without reservation.
With open doors:
By including all people as one family in worship and service to God, we are all empowered and inspired by the Spirit to continue the work of Jesus Christ.
Please know that wherever you are in your journey of faith, and whatever your background or tradition, you are welcome here.
The Rev'd Elise Chambers, Rector
Ray Lowrie, Lay Reader
Nancy Saul, Secretary
Mary Kay Winder, Organist & Choir Director