Are modern forms of worship really so different than traditional forms of worship? Where is the common ground? What elements of worship from the early church are still in practice in the church today? With as many as 2000 different denominations in the United States alone, how is it that there was only 1 church for the first 1000 years of Christianity? What is the meaning of the Lord’s Supper? Many evangelicals who have not had the opportunity to experience a traditional liturgical based worship service have vital questions as to the meaning and purpose behind much of what is seen and said in the Anglican, Episcopal, and Catholic churches. Watch this interview with Fr. Gordon Hines, the Rector at Anglican Province of Christ the King’s St. George’s Church in Las Vegas, Nevada, that shines a light on Anglican doctrine in faith and practice.
Are modern forms of worship really so different?
By Christ Anglican Church|2022-04-12T15:08:07-07:00June 11th, 2020|
About the Author: Christ Anglican Church
Christ Anglican Church in Carefree, Arizona began as an outreach from the clergy of Saint Nicholas Anglican Church in Scottsdale, Arizona in July of 1997. We are a founding member of the Diocese of the Southwestern States in the Anglican Province of Christ the King. For the love of God and to glorify His Son Jesus Christ, the charter members of Christ Church Parish gave sacrificially to buy property, erect an altar and build a Church that was consecrated on the Feast of Christ the King in 1999. This is the sacred ground where the faithful regularly proclaim God’s truth through Catholic order as it is embodied in the historic Book of Common Prayer, where they hear the Gospel and receive the Holy Sacraments.