Anglicans celebrate the traditional sacraments, with special emphasis being given to the Eucharist, also called Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper or the Mass. ... Unique to Anglicanism is the Book of Common Prayer (BCP), the collection of services that worshipers in most Anglican churches have used for centuries. Other common services include Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer, and all of the Sacramental rites such as Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage, to name but a few.
Our services utilize the 1928 Book of Common Prayer which combines the fullness of reformed catholic theology with the richness of traditional English language. The Prayer Book is also a resource for Christians to read the holy Scriptures daily along with millions of fellow Anglicans worldwide.
The Rev. Fr. Bob Hammond, Vicar
St. Stephens is a new mission parish of the Diocese of the West, Anglican Church in America. Our Bishop is The Right Reverend Owen Williams, Bishop Ordinary of the West.
We are traditional Anglicans. What does that mean? It means more than simply being stuck in the past, it means preserving something vitally important for the future. To learn more about our diocese please go to www.anglicanwest.org