An Anglican is a Christian whose belief and practice is rooted in the tradition of the Church of England and in the Book of Common Prayer. Thus, Anglicanism may be best described as a reformed catholic faith.

Anglican Catholic Church

The Anglican Catholic Church is worldwide body of Christians under the jurisdiction of bishops in Apostolic Succesion; we are tied together by a tradition of prayer and worship that is rooted in the Church of England and its Book of Common Prayer; and we are Catholic because we believe and practice the universal or catholic faith of the church.

Within the Anglican Catholic Church, we are:

A Family in Christ, in the Fellowship of the Church, in the Apostolic Tradition;

Carrying on the Faith and practice of early Christianity and witnessing to God's work here on earth by living the Faith once delivered;

Remaining true to our English Heritage, our liturgy and theology are contained in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, and we use the traditional King James Bible.

Conservative Christians

We believe and practice the ancient faith of the church as once delivered by Jesus Christ to the Apostles.

As part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, faithfully continuing in the Anglican tradition, we practice and uphold the historic Catholic Faith, Apostolic Order, Orthodox Worship, and Evangelical Witness of the traditional Anglican Church.

Liturgical Worship

Our worship is Liturgical in that we follow a set form based on the practice of Christians from the earliest days of the Church.

We use a Book of Common Prayer that conforms to the liturgical practices of the Early Church and is based on the traditional worship of the Church in England, known as the Anglican Church.

Our Book of Common Prayer from 1928 has a long history and a direct connection with the oldest forms of Christian Worship as passed down through the Church in England.

We recognize the three ancient Creeds of the Church: the Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed

We look to the Eucharist and daily Morning and Evening Prayer as the cornerstone of our worship

We uphold the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as the authentic record of God’s revelation of Himself, His saving activity, and moral standards: a revelation valid for all men and for all time.