Reformed Episcopal Values

Traditional Anglicanism
• Ancient & Historic Model of the Church as expressed through the Formularies of the English Reformation regarding Faith & Order
• Doctrinal Standards of the Reformed Episcopal Church:
   - The Holy Scripture as God’s inerrant, infallible & unchangeable Word
   - Book of Common Prayer (REC2003)
   - 39 Articles of Religion
   - Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral
   - Declaration of Principles
   - Jerusalem Declaration


A Biblical world & life view
• Testing all things by Scripture
• Biblical & Traditional views on:
   - Marriage & Family
   - Gender & Sexuality
   - Sanctity of Human Life
   - Morality based on the 10 Commandments and teachings of Jesus


Reverent & liturgical worship with comprehensive churchmanship
• Historic Book of Common Prayer in Elizabethan or Contemporary Language as approved by the Reformed Episcopal Church
• Sacramental Worship with Biblical Preaching
• Customs reflective of varying cultures (African American, Anglo, Latin, etc)
• Comprehensive Churchmanship (low, high, etc)
• Music expressing the beauty and character of God, and the hymnody of the historic church
   – most especially as contained in the 1940 Hymnal and REC Book of Common Praise 2017


Being an always missional community
• Seeking to provide ways for unbelievers to ‘belong’ before they ‘believe’
• Willing to care for the least, the last, the lost, and the lonely
• Committed to the support of both domestic and foreign mission
• Raising up and equipping Missionaries and Church planters


Discipleship & personal commitments of all members
• Ministry that equips laity to be active in all aspects of the work of the Church
• Ministry that develops future leadership both lay & clergy
• Establishing Christian schools and Christian education at all levels
• Providing Biblical and faithful seminaries
• Encourages the Tithe (10%) as the normative model of giving 
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