|What is St. Paul's Anglican Church?
|Anglican means "of England."
An Anglican Church relates to the Christian Church in England since the sixteenth
century. Services at St. Paul's Anglican Church include ceremony found in the
great cathedrals of England. It is Historic, Liturgical and Sacramental.
St. Paul's Anglican Church believes in the orthodox Faith "once delivered unto the
saints." [Jude 3] Our theology, faith, morals, and practices are based upon
Holy Scriptures interpreted by 2000 years of Church tradition, as
summarized in the Creeds. -- "Join us on this traditional path to worship."
|The Most Rev. Ray R. Sutton, Ph.D.
Presiding Bishop of the Reformed
Episcopal Church (REC)
|(DMA) of the Reformed Episcopal Church (REC)
North America (ACNA)
|The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach
Archbishop and Primate,
Anglican Church in North America