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- is Episcopal
- has an average worship attendance of 240
As members of St. Peter’s, and as part of the Body of Christ, we respond to this call through the four fundamentals of the Christian life (Acts 2:42): Personal Prayer, Weekly Worship, Informed Faith, Community Transformation
St. Peter’s is a parish in the Anglican tradition upholding traditional Christian faith and morals, with strong commitments to personal prayer, authentic worship, Holy Scripture, and Christian fellowship & evangelism. Our tagline is “Built on the Rock. Powered by the Spirit.” Depending on who you ask, ‘Anglican’ can mean a number of things. Here at St. Peter’s we see ourselves as classically Anglican. The term ‘Anglican’ refers to a tradition that arose out of the English reformation in the 16th Century, which embraced the Reformed faith and yet also managed to retain the best of the ancient customs and spirituality of the ancient church. C.S. Lewis called it ‘Mere Christianity’, meaning we form our identity around the foundational truths of Christianity as revealed in God’s Word and proclaimed in the church’s earliest witness. Since Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever, we aspire in our own time to share the living experience and power of Christ known by the first Christians. As J.I. Packer notes we are catholic, by which we mean we hold the fulness of the historic faith; and we are evangelical, meaning we are Bible-based, Cross-centered, commitment-oriented, and mission-focused. We are also liturgical, meaning we have a well-defined order for our services, and we have retained the ancient orders of bishop, priest, and deacon. And finally, as a congregation of the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida we are in communion with Christians across the globe: the Anglican Communion is the third-largest communion of Christians in the world, most of whom are in the Global South.
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