Jesus Christ, God's Son, came to earth to save the world by dying on the cross and rising three days later. Through faith in him we have forgiveness of sins, new life through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, and the hope of eternal life with new bodies when Jesus returns.
As members of his kingdom, his family, and his body, Christians are connected to Jesus Christ. We live changed lives: characterised by faith, repentance, and obedience to what Jesus has instructed us to.
We live as Christians together as the family of God, the Church, loving each other and forgiving one another.
As individuals and the collective church, we worship God through living for him, prayer, reading the Scriptures, fellowship, and service to the world.
Christ gave us the command to go into the world and make disciples of all people. Practising our faith means pointing others to Jesus Christ, who offers them the life that we have received.
We share through our lived example of love and kindness, and through overtly sharing our faith with others.
Find out more about what Anglican Christians believe here.
Alternatively you can attend any of our Churches for public worship or join in other activities with us.