Steve Wood Elected
Third Archbishop
of the ACNA

On the last Sunday of July, we celebrate our patron saint, St. Christopher, for not only what God has done in Christ for, in, and through him, but also for this very same work for, in, and through us.  We’d love for you to come and join us as we celebrate on this special day for the life of our community!

4 responses to “St. Christopher Celebration”

  1. Ken Avatar

    what is the difference between the Anglican church and the Episcopal church in Ohio or the US?

    1. Clay Huffman Avatar

      Ken: The general answer to your question is that the Episcopal Church for the most part has departed from the historic orthodox faith and has conformed to the spirit of the age. That is not to say that there are no good Episcopalians or Episcopal clergy. There continues to be many fine people within the confines of the Episcopal Church who hold to Scripture understood through the lens of Tradition and the Faith of the Councils and the Creeds. The Anglican Church in North America does hold fast to understanding and living in accordance with Scripture under the authority of the Holy Spirit and Tradition and also the core tenets of faith given to us by the Apostle’s, Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds. The liturgies of both churches may look quite similar, but there is a good chance that the teaching coming forth from them could be quite different.

  2. Robert May Avatar

    This is a topic that is near to my heart… Many thanks!

    Exactly where are your contact details though?

    1. Clay Huffman Avatar

      Robert: On Sundays at 10:30am, we worship at 445 N Bever St in Wooster, which is a church building owned by the 7th Day Adventists. Our email address is This is the best way to contact us. You can find almost all the information you need at Grace and Peace be with you.

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