Our name reflects our commitment to community. The Holy Trinity - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - is the perfect community and reminds us that the image of God in which we are created is manifest in community.
Our name also places us within the larger heritage of the Anglican Communion. We are connected to historic Christianity through our commitment to the Holy Scriptures, the historic Creeds, the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion, and the order of the church through the historic episcopate. We celebrate our Anglican heritage by allowing liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer to form our community and the historic 39 Articles to guide our approach to doctrinal questions. We are connected to the world wide Anglican Communion as a parish of the Anglican Diocese of the West, a missionary diocese of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) and a member of the Church of Nigeria North American Mission.
As a community, we are committed to the transforming power of the Gospel expressed in the life of prayer and lived in community.
We are a community of welcome.
- We welcome the joyful noise of children
- We welcome the quietness of contemplation
- We welcome the deep concerns and questions of your heart
- We welcome even the wounds and struggles you may have experienced in other groups
In short, we are a community submitted to the authority of Holy Scripture, formed by Liturgy and Sacrament and joined together on a Sacred Journey