“…to all who received him, who believed in his name, he gave power to become children of God.” (John 1:12)
We are brothers and sisters in Christ, joined together through baptism and the Holy Spirit. We are a community of faith in the Anglican tradition.
Our principal service is called a “Eucharist,” which means “thanksgiving.” In it we encounter God through Scripture and sacrament (the bread and the wine), through prayer and praise, and through our fellowship with one another.
Of course, the Holy Family is also Jesus, Mary and Joseph, who were wholly open to the presence and work of God in their lives, as we strive to be also.