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Ok, I am a Christian who has lost her way. I am finding my way back to the Lord. I have been searching the forums for anything regarding Episcopal churches because hopefully Sunday I will be attending one. I have been communicating with the Rev. via email. Is Episcopalian a denomination is it a part of a larger denomination? That doesn't really matter, basically curiousness.

I have not seen really in and of the forums for Christian Communities here on CB talk much about Episcopal churches expect for here. I have never attended one.
When a small child we went to a Methodist church, where I was baptized. In my mid-20's started attending an Independent Baptist church and was baptized there after I accepted Christ as my savior. I have attended non-denominational churches.

One thing about this church when I read over the site was that is uses modern praise and worship and ancient liturgy. I have never been to a church that had any form of tradition or where sacraments where really a big deal. This church has Eucharist every week. That is much different from the communion I am use to once a month that really was made into no big deal.

So I have been reading over some of the topics here and at other places online. From other places it say Protestants and Catholics can not worship today, at this church they do.

What can anyone tell me, if anything about what Episcopal is. Would love to hear from anyone who attends a church there Protestants and Catholics come together.

I do hope to attend Sunday but I like know what I am walking into. A bit nervous because I have never been to a church that used any form of liturgy so I am wicked worried I will be totally lost.

I had post earlier today in the non-denominational part but not many replies so I thought here maybe it would fit a bit more. Maybe not. I really do not know. LOL
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Welcome!

"The Episcopal Church Welcomes You." This is our motto. It is who we are. All baptized Christians are welcome to worship with us and to receive communion at the Lord's Table. This cite might help some.

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The church website of the church that you are considering should tell you what kinds of services are available at the church. There are many styles of worship in the Episcopal Church. Some services are very formal; some are very similar to a praise and worship at a non-denominational church. For example, my church has several different services. My personal preference is one with praise and worship and weekly Eucharist.

I would note that some Episcopal churches have a strong focus on the Eucharist; others, not so much.

A formal service will be easy to follow since it will follow the Prayer Book (with announced directions) or will have prayers projected on the wall (Powerpoint is popular). A less formal prayer service may or may not use the prayer book, and may have the service in a bulletin or on the wall, again with directions. Since we welcome all, and have no membership requirement for Eucharist, we try to make it easy for every one to follow. We expect frequent visitors.

The Episcopal Church in the US is part of the Anglican Communion, a worldwide fellowship of churches that traces its orgins to the British Isles. This board is a fellowship of Anglican Communion churches and other Anglican (English) churches with the similar roots.

Just BTW, John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist Church was an Anglican priest. The Methodist Church was formed in the US when the Anglican Communion (and the Church of England) did not conrinue their support for English Christians after the Revolutionary War. Methodist are certainly our close bothers and sisters in faith. In many areas, Methodist and Anglicans/Episcopalians feel very comfortable is each others churches.
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Originally Posted by LilyBelle View Post
Ok, I am a Christian who has lost her way. I am finding my way back to the Lord. I have been searching the forums for anything regarding Episcopal churches because hopefully Sunday I will be attending one. I have been communicating with the Rev. via email. Is Episcopalian a denomination is it a part of a larger denomination? That doesn't really matter, basically curiousness.

I have not seen really in and of the forums for Christian Communities here on CB talk much about Episcopal churches expect for here. I have never attended one.
When a small child we went to a Methodist church, where I was baptized. In my mid-20's started attending an Independent Baptist church and was baptized there after I accepted Christ as my savior. I have attended non-denominational churches.

One thing about this church when I read over the site was that is uses modern praise and worship and ancient liturgy. I have never been to a church that had any form of tradition or where sacraments where really a big deal. This church has Eucharist every week. That is much different from the communion I am use to once a month that really was made into no big deal.

So I have been reading over some of the topics here and at other places online. From other places it say Protestants and Catholics can not worship today, at this church they do.

What can anyone tell me, if anything about what Episcopal is. Would love to hear from anyone who attends a church there Protestants and Catholics come together.

I do hope to attend Sunday but I like know what I am walking into. A bit nervous because I have never been to a church that used any form of liturgy so I am wicked worried I will be totally lost.

I had post earlier today in the non-denominational part but not many replies so I thought here maybe it would fit a bit more. Maybe not. I really do not know. LOL
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On the subject of communion/Eucharist and how different churches approach it, this is a major reason for why I attend an Episcopal church along with the one that I am a member of. I grew up with it not being a big deal...kind of like snack time for the adults. I realized as an adult that I needed it more often and with more meaning. I really enjoy the weekly [or more if I don't mind driving to another town on Wednesdays] how the Episcopalians approach it. It is so meaningful and I sense the presence of the Holy Spirit each time. While in my home church, it just isn't the same.

I've been attending over a year now. I don't have it all mastered [when to kneel, genuflect, etc] but it is ok. Everyone is cool with it and I am accepted regardless of whether or not I know what to do and when to do it.
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Ok, a lot going on here from my post. This church does have a strong focus on a strong focus on the Eucharist. There is one service, it mixed ancient liturgy, services are full of praise and worship music. They do use the prayer book, which I never have before. Hadn't even heard of it before till I was emailing with the Rev.
I know they are pro-life.
Here is a link to the church lifepathchurchri . com (can't do links, not enough posts)Didn't expect to be told to run away as fast as I can. Between the church website and the ICCEC page I did not see anything about things the one poster said.
I really like the idea of tradition mixed with praise and worship. I am already nervous about tomorrow(I have social anxiety), so it is always hard for me to go new places, with new people.
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[quote=mark1;58518687]Welcome!

"The Episcopal Church Welcomes You." This is our motto. It is who we are. All baptized Christians are welcome to worship with us and to receive communion at the Lord's Table. This cite might help some."


Went to the site, the church I am looking at is not listed there. Now I am very confused.
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Welcome.

Perhaps you should have a word to the priest. They are generally are pretty good at explaining things.
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I am already nervous about tomorrow(I have social anxiety), so it is always hard for me to go new places, with new people.
I have a touch of that so I can commiserate with you. As God leads me I will pray for you tomorrow morning.
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Please give us the name of the church. We will figure it out for you. There are additional Episcopal/Anglican church organizations. Perhaps you will your church here.

Anglican Church in North America

This is a group of conservative churches that have broken away from the Anglican Communion, and are part of GAFCON, a group of Anglican/Episcopal churches almost as large as the Anglican Communion. They too will "welcome you".

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Welcome!

"The Episcopal Church Welcomes You." This is our motto. It is who we are. All baptized Christians are welcome to worship with us and to receive communion at the Lord's Table. This cite might help some."


Went to the site, the church I am looking at is not listed there. Now I am very confused.
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LifePath Church is the name of it.

I am not going tomorrow. I want to keep praying about this, this week and see where God is guiding me without just jumping into it.
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If you're interested in Anglicanism, try continuing Anglican parishes or other more conservative, traditional Anglican groups like the Anglican Catholic Church or ACNA parishes. I'd recommend against TEC.
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