Who we are

We’re a small, caring, Anglican congregation that started in Plant City, Florida and moved to New Port Richey in August 2017. We have formed deep relationships in the past few years we have been together. We have a vibrant worship service, keeping God central while remembering that the road to the future runs through the past. As Anglicans, we are connected to a global community were we invest in people’s lives as we continue on our spiritual journey.

Hang around us very long and you will discover that we’re committed to the Gospel, the Good News. Our church is not about telling people the bad news – most folk already know enough bad news to last a lifetime. What Jesus came to establish, what the Apostles spent their lives proclaiming, was the Good News. Our preaching, teaching, singing – everything we do – is immersed in this one simple statement:

That “God was in Christ, reconciling the world to himself, not counting men’s sins against them.”
-2 Cor. 5:19.

Our parish is in the Convocation of Christ the Redeemer, the Missionary Diosese of All Saints, and the Anglican Church in North America. The Anglican Church has roots all the way back to first century England and Ireland, and includes in it’s family a long line of notable Christians from Saint Patrick to C.S. Lewis with 31 signers of the Declaration of Independence being Anglican.

We are also members of and support Forward in Faith North America (FiFNA) which is a fellowship of people and churches who embrace the Gospel of Jesus Christ and uphold the Evangelical Faith and Catholic Order which is the inheritance of the Anglican Way. This fellowship works, prays, and witnesses for reform and renewal of the Church with “no compromise of truth and no limitation of love.” This fellowship includes faithful Anglicans spanning many jurisdictions and structures with the mission to witness to the “faith and order of the undivided Church.”

Our leadership