In the Episcopal Church, our worship and
spirituality are shaped by the Bible and many church traditions -- as
found in The Book of Common Prayer.
The Rev. John Westerhoff describes Episcopal
Church spirituality well when he says we are a Liturgical, Biblical,
Communal, Sacramental, Pastorial, Incarnational, and Mystical. By
mystical, he means the long, slow journey that comes in a series of
conversions one has during a life time.
Recently, the Rev. Chris Yaw published a guide to the church and faith
called, Jesus was an Episcopalian (and you can be one too!), and
his quick-reference YouTube clips
http://www.jesuswasanepiscopalian.org provide overviews of
worship, service, Bible and Prayer Book. Click the link for a fun tour.
One of the best way to understand our
worship and spirituality is to join us and experience our time of prayer
and thanksgiving together. You will learn more on the
worship page of this website,
but you'll learn even more by joining us Sundays and during the Holy
Seasons of the year, life Advent, Lent, and Holy Week.