What We Believe
We believe that God made everyone, no exceptions.
We believe that God is present in our lives, even when they (and we) are not perfect.
We love Jesus and try to follow his teachings, as they are passed down in the tradition of the Episcopal Church.
We believe that God is present to us when we celebrate Communion each Sunday with bread and wine, and so we gather together at the altar and try to be present to God. Everyone is welcome to receive Communion at our altar; we believe it is how God feeds us so that we can grow in love.
Everyone is welcome to receive Communion at our altar; we believe it is how God feeds us so that we can grow in love.
We believe that we are called to care for the sick, to assist those in need, to shape our communities so that they honor the dignity of every human being.
We believe that asking hard questions and resisting easy answers is part of what it means to be faithful. We embrace the truths that come to us from science, the arts, and our daily experience, and seek to use that learning to help us grow in Christ.
We believe that God loves us as we are and calls us grow into the strong, loving, and joyful people that, with God’s help, we can be.
Learn more about what we believe by listening to a series of forums on worship and Eucharist led by Priest-in-Charge Geoffrey Hoare.