The Anglican Province of America follows the teaching of Jesus Christ and celebrates historic Christianity in the Anglican tradition (Traditional Episcopal). We follow the 1928 Book of Common Prayer for our worship services. We praise God using: traditional Anglican hymns, traditional Evangelical hymns of the Baptist, Presbyterian, and Methodist churches, and contemporary Praise music.
With Jesus Christ and His Word and Sacraments at our core, we worship God and preach the Gospel in the beauty and ordered dignity of a Christ-centered service. We are a sacramental church, believing that God works through matter; in the waters of Holy Baptism, and in the bread and wine of the Holy Eucharist. We are also a church of the Word, believing that God transforms us through the preaching, teaching, and study of His Holy Word as revealed in the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. As a church of both Word and Sacrament we worship God in Spirit and in Truth through the use of the liturgies of Morning Prayer and Holy Communion as found in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Our Lord Jesus Christ works through each of us as His Body, the Church.
Christ the King is open to all who seek the comfort of the Holy Sacraments, the guidance of Scripture and God's companionship and love. If you are seeking a timeless and vibrant faith, with a beautiful liturgy, traditional music and Biblical preaching, we welcome you..
Our beliefs are based on the teachings of the Bible as explained in the Creeds and the Tradition of the Church. Our bishops hold valid consecrations and are in Apostolic Succession; which can be traced back to the original apostles who were chosen by Christ Himself.
The Affirmation of St Louis contains statements and principles of the continuing Anglican Church in expanded form.
Our dynamic Anglican (English) faith produced:
- The King James Bible
- Most of Western Christendom's great church music
- The literature of writers such as William Shakespeare, T. S. Eliot, C. S. Lewis, and Dorothy Sayers
- Eleven U.S. President's
- Our Countries founding fathers principals live on in the Anglican Province of America