pertaining or adhering to the Episcopal Church in America.
(lowercase) pertaining or adhering to the episcopal
form of church government.
a member of the Episcopal Church in America.
(lowercase) an adherent of the episcopal
system of church government.
As Episcopalians, we follow Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. We believe in
the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We believe God is active in our everyday lives ...
Like all churches, we are often asked, “What do you believe?” What
Episcopalians believe is simple, to some extent, but not simplistic. A true answer
might be to ...
The Episcopal Church has members in the United States and the territory of
Puerto Rico; and also in Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Venezuela
After the American Revolution, the Anglican Church in America formed an
independent body in 1789 and called itself the Protestant Episcopal Church. On
Oct 12, 2012 ... Approximately 70% of the Book of Common Prayer comes directly from the Bible,
and Episcopalians read more Holy Scripture in Sunday ...
What is Episcopalian? If you're looking for a faith that doesn't operate only in a
constructed world of black and white expectations – where you can explore the ...
Aug 12, 2015 ... The Rev. Laurie Brock serves as the rector of St. Michael the Archangel
Episcopal Church in Lexington, Kentucky. She blogs at ...
The word “episcopal” refers to governance by bishops. The historic episcopate (
bishops) continues the work of the first apostles in the Church: guarding the faith,