All Saints Anglican Church is a family of Christ-followers worshipping together in the Anglican Tradition which is briefly summarized below.
United by Common Prayer
Anglicans utilize the Book of Common Prayer, a book that serves as a guide for our worship services and a standard for doctrine and the Anglican tradition.
Devoted to Scripture
Anglicans hold to the authority of the Bible as the inspired Word of God, containing all things necessary for salvation, and standing as the final authority for the Christian life. Our faith and doctrine is outlined in what is referred to as “The 39 Articles of Religion of 1571” which can be found at the back of the Book of Common Prayer.
A Sacramental Theology
Anglicans believe in the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion as being ordained by Christ himself and thus fundamental to the faith and practice of the Church.
The Faith Received
Anglican worship emphasizes the Historical Christian Creeds (Nicene, Apostles, Athanasian) and see them as summarizing statements of the orthodox Christian faith.
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