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Thanks for visiting our website. At St. Therese Anglican Church our goal is to put Christ first in every area of our lives. We want to live with exceptional devotion to Christ Jesus through prayer, participation in the sacraments, sharing a life of faith with one another and service to our world.
We have a calling as a church family; to go deeper in our faith, to grow deeper in love with Jesus and towards one another, and to be faithful witnesses for the Apostolic Faith to our friends and neighbors. We are a stable, biblical, and orthodox church in the Anglican Tradition. Guided by the ancient Faith we know where we are going. We are a warm and caring church family. We can help you in your marriage, your parenting and your faith. Bring your family to come and meet our church family. We invite you to come and visit and worship with us.

The mission of St. Therese Anglican Church is to strengthen families through classical biblical Christian values, to reach out to young people through the stability of the unchanging Christian Tradition passed on from earliest times, and preserve and teach the rich treasure that is the classical Anglican way of faith.

Our goal is to strengthen and foster a genuine and living relationship with God through Christ; to be a
stable and loving church home to all people seeking God's truth; to reach out to a hurting world and provide pastoral care to those who struggle with addiction and life's hardships; to instruct people in the Christian faith in such a way that it leads to stability, freedom, and blessing.

St. Therese Anglican Church is a mission in the Diocese of the Resurrection, a part of the Anglican Catholic Church (ACC). a nationwide body of Traditional Churches practicing Christianity in the Anglican tradition and using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer for our services. The Anglican Catholic Church is part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, faithfully continuing the Anglican tradition. We practice and uphold the historic Catholic Faith, Apostolic Order, Orthodox Worship, and Evangelical Witness of the traditional Anglican Church.