PROCLAIMING THE GOSPEL
Sharing and demonstrating the good news of Jesus' love for the whole world with our words and in our lives.
Extending Jesus' generosity to others and pursuing life together in all of its ordinary splendor.
Attending to the needs of those on the margins and intentionally making space for them in our lives and communities. This commitment led to the formation of the Hillside Inn in 2014, which is a home of rest, healing, and growth for young adults (18 to 30 years old) in times of transition.
Embracing, and being shaped by, the distinctives of our neighbors and our place.
ROOTED IN THE LIVING TRADITION
Living under the authority of Scripture and following in line with the deep story of the apostles and their teaching.
Christ-centered worship that meets God through Word and Sacrament.
Christian education in historic, orthodox, creedal faith.
Pursuing, uncovering, and celebrating the grandeur of God in all of creation.
A haven for artists and makers who proclaim the Gospel in word and deed to the whole person, through all of the senses.
To be an Anglican is not to embrace a distinct version of Christianity, but a distinct way of being a “Mere Christian,” at the same time evangelical, apostolic, catholic, reformed, and Spirit-filled. We belong to a world-wide Anglican Communion, constituting the third largest Christian body globally.
Our beliefs are best summarized by the words of the three Catholic Creeds: the Apostles', the Nicene, and the Athanasian.
Churches for the Sake of Others (C4SO), a Diocese of the Anglican Church in North America, is a community of churches and leaders committed to nurturing existing congregations as well as planting new churches. Under the leadership of Diocesan Bishop Todd Hunter, C4SO seeks to announce, embody and demonstrate the Kingdom of God.
The new Diocese unites a community of churches and leaders located primarily in California, Kansas, Texas, and the Southeast, organized by regional deaneries. C4SO will also be involved in planting churches in collaboration with other bishops throughout the United States. Begun as a church planting movement in 2009, the Anglican Church in North America’s Provincial Council approved formation of the Diocese in June 2013.