We encourage you to find resources for your own growth through the following links:
Grow Christians is a community of disciples practicing faith at home. Our priest-in-charge is the founding editor! This site publishes four posts a week, sharing stories from real people about how they grow with God beyond Sunday morning. Often the stories focus on the practice of faith in family life.
Forward Movement is a ministry of The Episcopal Church, and has been inspiring disciples and empowering evangelists around the globe since 1935 through offerings that encourage spiritual growth in individuals and congregations. They also offer a site that provides the daily prayer of the church.
We use the Book of Common Prayer in worship. Curious about the teachings of the Episcopal Church? Go to the site linked above, click on “Catechism” on the left hand menu, then click on “An Outline of the Faith.” You’ll have a handy summary of the church’s essential teachings.
You also might be interested in the bigger picture of the Episcopal Church:
This church is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan (EDWM).
EDWM in turn is part of The Episcopal Church, which is comprised of 109 dioceses in 16 nations.
The Episcopal Church in turn is part of The Anglican Communion, 38 autonomous national and regional Churches plus six Extra Provincial Churches and dioceses; all of which are in Communion – in a reciprocal relationship – with the Archbishop of Canterbury, who is the Communion’s spiritual head. Today, the Anglican Communion comprises more than 80 million members in 44 regional and national member churches in more than 160 countries.
The unofficial worldwide site of the Anglican Church is Anglicans Online, a global online grassroots ministry of dedicated Anglicans on multiple continents.