For some, the descriptor “Anglican” doesn’t mean much. For others it has varying degrees of good or bad connotation. Allow us to clearly address this key part of our identity.
The Church of the Good Shepherd is:
By orthodox, we mean that The Church of the Good Shepherd is committed to teaching the historic Christian faith expressed in the Nicene Creed (see beliefs for more). Evangelical is another broad term with varied interpretations, but our aim in using it is to express our desire to not only pursue, but to zealously and winsomely invite others into a personal relationship with Christ. Lastly, we are Anglican. Our worship follows the traditional Anglican liturgy (including weekly communion) as expressed in the Book of Common Prayer. Our church is submitted to the oversight of the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA).
Take a look at what the Thirty Nine Articles on Religion have to say on a few key theological issues: