- To love God and share the transforming love of Jesus Christ, through the power of the Holy Sprit, in liturgical worship, Biblically faithful teaching, prayer, the breaking of bread (Holy Communion) and fellowship. (Acts 2: 42)
- To love our neighbour as ourselves by praying for, caring for, and serving those in need in our local community and the world. (Luke 10:27)
- To go into the world proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ, making disciples, baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and instructing them to follow all that Jesus has taught us. (Matthew 28:18-20)
Our Statement of Faith
We believe in:
- The supreme authority of the teaching of Holy Scripture
- The triune nature of the one God, and the personal divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ.
- The sinfulness of each and every person and the universal need of salvation.
- The sinless life, atoning death, bodily resurrection and ascension, heavenly reign and future return in glory of the Lord Jesus Christ.
- The essential realities of salvation encompassing the forgiveness of sins through justification, regeneration and adoption into the Father’s family, union and communion with Jesus Christ and the personal indwelling of the Holy Spirit, the practice of holiness, moral transformation into the image of Christ, and the future resurrection of the body for eternal life.
- The preaching of the Word of God, the fellowship of the church, the ministry of the sacraments, and personal prayer – as the principal means of God’s grace.
Who We are
We are a Christ-centred, Spirit-led, Biblically faithful, liturgical church worshipping in the tradition of the historic Anglican faith. We are a community of imperfect people finding forgiveness, salvation, hope and joy in the transforming love of Jesus Christ.
What We Believe
We believe in God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We believe Jesus Christ to be the Way, the Truth, and the Life. We believe the books of the Old and New Testament to be the inspired Word of God, to contain all things necessary for salvation, and to be the final authority for Christian faith and life.
Foundational Documents We Adhere To
The declaration put forth by Bishops, Priests, and Laity at the first General Synod held in the Dominion of Canada.
The opening statement of the declaration: We, the participants in the Global Anglican Future Conference, have met in the land of Jesus’ birth. We express our loyalty as disciples to the King of kings, the Lord Jesus. We joyfully embrace his command to proclaim the reality of his kingdom, which he first announced in this land.
The gospel of the kingdom is the good news of salvation, liberation and transformation for all. In light of the above, we agree to chart a way forward together that promotes and protects the biblical gospel and mission to the world, solemnly declaring the following tenets of orthodoxy which underpin our Anglican identity.
Creeds We Stand Upon