The Bible is God’s Word written. The Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are divinely inspired, and contain all things necessary to salvation through faith in Jesus Christ.
The Sacraments of the Church are God’s Word in action. The Dominical Sacrament of Baptism and Holy Communion are ordained by our Lord Jesus Christ for all Christians.
The written Word and the holy Sacraments are joined together and rightly proclaimed in the classic editions of The Book of Common Prayer. (Editions 1662, U.S. 1928, Scottish 1929, and the Canadian 1962.)
The Apostles’, Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds are to be taught in the Church and to be received by the Faithful.
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52nd Anniversary 11March AD 2016 Re: Anniversary of the Orthodox Anglican Church Greetings in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. In March of 1964 the Orthodox Anglican Church was incorporated in the state of the North Carolina, and on Passion Sunday of that year our first Presiding BishopRead More
ORDINATION SERVICE AT GOOD SHEPHERD ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL – Archbishop Thomas E. Gordon and Archbishop Emeritus T. Creighton Jones, along with Bishop Luis Morales, officiated at the Ordination Service for Deacon Louis Townsend and Deacon Charles T. Wood on Sunday, May 31, 2015. Videos of the service are available on the Sermons page. Pictures will beRead More
The Bartonville Agreement Continuing Anglican Fellowship – The Bartonville Agreement On October 28, 1999, bishops from the American Anglican Church, the Anglican Church in America, the Anglican Province of America, the Anglican Rite Synod in the Americas, the Episcopal Missionary Church, and The Orthodox Anglican Church (the U.S. representative of the Orthodox Anglican Communion) signedRead More
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