Part of our journey in the Church is learning (and hearing again) its stories: where it came from, what it believes, how it worships, how it understands the Bible and God, how it reaches out to the rest of the world. Our history, beliefs, and even our governing structure as American Christians in the Anglican tradition -- as Episcopalians -- take a variety of perspectives and voices into account. Episcopalians value what is revealed about God and God's will in the continuing conversation among people of many Christian perspectives.
If you want to learn if this Church's story might resonate with your own story, or if you want to better understand why you are drawn here, and how your own story is (or can be) part of the larger story of our Church, then explore this series.
A Guide to the Sacraments. John Macquarrie. Continuum, New York, 1998
Christian Spirituality. Alister E. McGrath. Blackwell Publishers, 1999
Christian Theology. An Introduction. Second Edition. Alister E. McGrath. Blackwell Publishers. 1997
Christian Theology. Second Edition. Millard J. Erickson. Baker Books. 1998
Exploring Christian Spirituality. An Ecumenical Reader. Ed. by Kenneth Collins. Baker Books, 2000
Introduction to Theology. Revised Edition. Owen C. Thomas. Morehouse Publishing. Harrisburg. 1983
The Anglican Vision. The New Church's Teaching Series, Volume 1. James E. Griffiss, Cowley, Boston. 1997
Welcome to the Episcopal Church An Introduction to Its History, Faith, and Worship. Christopher L. Webber. Morehouse. 1999
What is Anglicanism? Urban T. Holmes III. Morehouse Publishing, Harrisburg, 1982
A Dictionary of the Church. A User Friendly Reference for Episcopalians. Don S. Armentrout, Robert Boak Slocum, editors. Church Publishing, New York
A Dictionary for Episcopalians. Revised. Expanded. Updated. John N. Wall, Cowley, Cambridge, 2000