While only God knows the innermost recesses of everyone’s heart and mind, the cornerstones of Episcopal faith are the Bible, the catechism, the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds and the Book of Common Prayer. Episcopalians believe in the triune God, whose Son Jesus Christ brought about the world’s redemption by his death and resurrection. The Episcopal Church is also committed to progressive values, and providing a spiritual home that is free of judgment and inclusive for all. For more on what Episcopalians believe, see the baptismal covenant from The Book of Common Prayer.
What do the people at St. Paul’s, as Episcopalians, believe?