Worship and spirituality in the Episcopal Church 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 as Liturgical, Biblical, Communal, Sacramental, Pastorial, Incarnational, and Mystical. “Mystical” refers to 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!),” a fun virtual tour and overview of the worship, service, Bible and Prayer Book.
Join St. Aidan’s any Sunday and during the Holy Seasons of the year (Advent, Lent, and Holy Week) for a full understanding our our worship and spirituality, and to experience our time of prayer and thanksgiving together. We look forward to welcoming you to our faith community!
National Church: http://www.episcopalchurch.org
Diocese of Atlanta: https://www.episcopalatlanta.org
Cathedral Bookstore http://www.cathedralbookstore.org