We offer the message of Christianity to those who sometimes find organized religion ineffectual, irrelevant, or repressive. We see our faith as an agent of justice and peace. We are a community that embraces search, not certainty. We believe faith is a process, not a destination. While we are deeply involved in the Anglican (Episcopal) tradition, we are also committed to the diverse and rich theology and worship of the Christian church worldwide and historical. We draw on elements from many different Christian traditions including Anglican, Orthodox, Catholic, Lutheran and others. We desire to be a community where questions are encouraged, where you will not be handed a checklist for orthodoxy, where ambiguity is not the enemy of faith but its partner. You may occasionally be led to suspend your intellect. But you will not be required to sacrifice it. Our ministries reflect our deepest values as God’s people. We practice radical hospitality. We’re engaged in the life of our city. We stand with the poor and marginalized. We are a community of ministers who work to connect with God, with one another, and with the world around us. We’re a community where creative energy thrives, where exploration is celebrated and nourished. This way of being of Christian is not always easy, but it is always worth it.
We offer the message of Christianity to those who sometimes find organized religion ineffectual, irrelevant, or repressive.
We see our faith as an agent of justice and peace.
We are a community that embraces search, not certainty.
We believe faith is a process, not a destination.
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A hospital experience can be terrifying and traumatic for both a child and their family. While others strive to find a cure, you can help with the stress and emotional impact of illness in the here and now. By making whimsical pillowcases, children can be given an emotional boost, while resources and tools help families Read more about MLK Day of Service[…]
Libby Cerullo Margo Clyma Liz Danish Cynthia Friedman Christina E. Johnson Susan Leonard Rosemary McBride Karen Schoch January 17, 2020 to February 23, 2020 Opening Reception: Friday, January 17, 2020, 6:00 to 7:30pm
Check out the latest on this new project in the life of Saint Asaph’s Church.
If you, (or someone you know), are between the ages of 18 and 29, you, (and they) are in for a wonderful opportunity! The Bishop has sanctioned a diocesan pilgrimage to Taizé for young adults this coming summer. You may have heard the Taizé chants in church from time to time, and although the music Read more about Taize Pilgrimage 2020[…]
St. Asaph’s Outlook Christmas 2019 Download your copy here…
Elysian Camerata in Concert Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 3:00pm Program: “The Legacy of Beethoven”Beethoven: String Quartet, Op. 18 no. 2 in G majorBeethoven: Duo for Viola and Cello, the “Eyeglasses Duo”Mendelssohn: String Quintet in B-flat major, Op. 87
Night Prayer A brief sung liturgy of Night Prayer will be held on the Second Thursday of each month at 9:00 pm. You are invited to attend, to listen, to sing and to pray. Night Prayer is the liturgy of prayers for the end of the day. This particular liturgy takes its form from Read more about Night Prayer[…]
The Labyrinth at St. Asaph’s is open to the public for quiet contemplation and meditation from dawn until dusk. This unicursal labyrinth has only a single path to the center. A labyrinth in this sense has an unambiguous route to the center and back and is not difficult to navigate.