The Rev. Wayne K. Kamm, Priest Associate
The Rev. George Rogerson, Deacon
Carl Moehlman, Music Director
Candice Schmitz, Parish Administrator
Allen Swayzer, Sexton
Sherri Hutchcroft, Senior Warden
Newt Colburn, Jr., Junior Warden
Janice Creighton, Clerk of the Vestry
Margaret McCreight, Treasurer
What We Believe
Episcopalians are a part of the worldwide Anglican Communion, which traces its origin to the Church of England. Christianity came to the British Isles within a few centuries of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. As the British Empire spread so did the English church. Today some 80 million Christians worldwide call themselves Anglicans.
The Episcopal Church subscribes to the historic statements of faith (the Nicene Creed and the Apostles' Creed), considers the Bible to be divinely inspired, and holds the Eucharist or Lord's Supper to be the central act of Christian worship. There is less stress on the confession of particular beliefs and more on common worship using The Book of Common Prayer, a major source of unity for Anglicans around the world.
Using Scripture, tradition, and human reason, Epsicopalians
speak about God and our relationship to God and one another in a
variety of ways. Our church is a "big tent" where questions
and different viewpoints are
welcomed. That is why we say we offer not absolute certainty but a journey.
For more information, visit the websites of The Episcopal Church or The Anglican Communion.