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Episcopal Information Cards

Due to COVID-19 Diocesan office closure, this service will be currently unavailable. We will inform you once we can take orders. Sorry for the inconvenience. 

 

The popular series of brochures about the Episcopal Church: Episcopalians; The Creeds; Common Prayer; Sacraments and Scripture, Tradition and Reason have been redesigned in an updated format on 9x4” cards, available now in packs of 50 (10 of each title) for $10 plus shipping and handling.  

La popular serie de folletos sobre la Iglesia Episcopal: Episcopales; Los credos; Oración Común; Sacramentos y Escritura, Tradición y Razón han sido rediseñados en un formato actualizado en tarjetas de 9x4 ", disponibles ahora en paquetes de 50 (10 de cada título) por $10 más gastos de envío y manejo. Oprima aquí para comprar las tarjetas en español.

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EPISCOPALIANS

COMMON PRAYER

THE SACRAMENTS

SCRIPTURE,
TRADITION & REASON

THE CREEDS

Episcopalians:
The Episcopal Church is a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion, with 70 million members in 163 countries, bound together by our belief that Holy Scripture contains the very core of all Christian faith. Through the many ancient and modern stories that connect us to Jesus and his teachings, we discover daily God’s hope and call to us in our life together.

Common Prayer:
The Book of Common Prayer can be complicated even for lifelong Episcopalians and seem even more bewildering for visitors and newcomers. Although this is brief, we hope to answer some of the questions you may have and make worship easier for you.

 Sacraments:
In the Episcopal Church we take part in certain regular acts of worship. These are called sacraments or reenactments of Christ’s ministries on earth. The two primary sacraments are Baptism and Holy Communion.

Scripture, Tradition and Reason:
In the Episcopal Church, we are called to live out our faith on a daily basis, whether we are at home, school, work or recreation. The cornerstones of our faith are Scripture, tradition and reason.

Creeds:
The Creeds are statements that contain a summary of our basic beliefs. In the Episcopal Church, we say both the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed in our worship. Because we are a community of faith, we openly declare our beliefs and in this way unite ourselves to Christians in the past, present and future.

 

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