Telling the Story of God

Christians mark time differently. From the beginning, the church has engaged in a unique rhythm by following its own calendar that relives the story of God throughout the year.

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Current Liturgical Season


Lent is a season of preparation, a great fast for an even greater feast. It begins on Ash Wednesday and concludes on Easter Sunday. Since being popularized in the fourth century, the season has been associated with practices of repentance, fasting and giving. Christians typically observe Lent by ‘giving things up’  and ‘giving things to’ those in need. It is a way to make ourselves ready for the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection, tapping into our spiritual hunger in order to more deeply savor the coming feast.

“Lent is a time for discipline, for confession, for honesty, not because God is mean or fault- finding or finger-pointing but because he wants us to know the joy of being cleaned out, ready for all the good things he now has in store.” N.T. Wright

The Christian Year





Holy Week


Ordinary Time

Understanding the Anglican Tradition

Rooted in the past, hopeful for the future

The Anglican Church is a global, vibrant and Christ-centered expression of the Christian faith with a rich history that still shapes our beliefs, lives and worship today. We hold much in common with other Christian traditions and are committed to humbly following Christ and the mission of His Church.