Wednesday Morning and Evening Study



Historically, the Church has turned to councils to set forth what constitutes orthodox doctrine and faith. The church has held Ecumenical (i.e. world wide) Councils which have produced decrees which were binding on all the churches. The first council of the Church was held by the Apostles in Jerusalem during the first century is recorded in the Book of Acts 6:1-7. We will discuss the Seven Ecumenical Councils, its impact on the traditions, doctrine of the Church and our faith.

Begins September 13th
Mornings 10:30-11:30 AM
Evenings 6:30-7:30 PM



You can support the hurricane relief fund through the Anglican Relief and Development Fund. Gifts to the fund can be made either online by clicking the graphic above, or by check. Make checks out to the diocese, with “flood relief” in the memo line, and mail to the following address:

The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth
Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth
2900 Alemeda Street
Ft Worth, Tx 76108

Or they can be mailed for you if you prepare the checks as stated above and placed in the offering plate on Sundays.

All funds will assist in the relief of those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

What Do Anglicans Believe?

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The Anglican Church North America Catechesis Task Force is pleased to announce that To Be a Christian: An Anglican Catechism is now available. The Catechism can be purchased or downloaded from the Anglican Church of North America website.

During the Adult Forum, the new Anglican Catechism will be reviewed. These classes are designed for all interested in the doctrine of the Anglican Church and anyone interested in being confirmed or received into this church. This class is designed for all Christians seeking deeper grounding in the full reality of Christian faith and life within the Anglican Tradition.

The class begins Sunday morning, September 10th, 9:30 – 10:15 am

College Grads

The parents of Garrett and Marshall Breedlove had a big weekend. Marshall graduated from Texas State last Friday, and is going off to seminary to become a pastor for Disciples of Christ. Garrett had his white coat ceremony Saturday morning, and begins his graduate school at the School of Pharmacy at UNT Health Science Center.

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