OUR services

Prayer Requests

Pray for others always

"Rejoice always, pray constantly, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you." 1 Thess 5:16-18; RSVCE


Helping to spread the Good News!

"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven." Matthew 5:16; RSVCE


Let us praise God together!

Worship Resources and Information


Becoming part of Christ's family!

How to become a member of Holy Cross


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    2 - Shrove Tuesday

    Please join us for our annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner being held on Tuesday, February 13 at the Church! Please see the event details for more information

    Event Details
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    3 - Ash Wednesday

    Lent is coming upon us quickly this year. Please join us Wednesday, February 14 at 6:30pm for a wonderful start to our Lenten Season! As we do every Lent, Stations of the cross will be held every Friday at 6:30pm at Holy Cross Anglican Church during the Lenten Season.

    Event Details


is dedicated to the service of God and to the support of one another in our Christian life together. In addition to our worship services, opportunities exist to work, learn, and have fun together as a family in Christ.


    How Do Traditional Anglicans Worship?

    In worship, we use the Book of Common Prayer, 1928 edition. This edition contains prayers and affirmations of faith dating to the beginning of Christianity, as well as the traditional Anglican/Episcopal liturgy. This liturgy has been in continuous use since it was first published in 1549.

    Posted by The Reverend Ernie Pinto, SSA

    Bishop Chad's Blog

    PhilOrthodox is a site that is dedicated to the traditional Anglican expression of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We profess the orthodox Christian Faith enshrined in the three great Creeds and the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the ancient undivided Church. We celebrate the Seven Sacraments of the historic Church. We cherish and continue the Catholic Revival inaugurated by the Tractarian or Oxford Movement. Universality, Antiquity and Consent.


    Receiving Holy Communion

    We adhere to the practice of individuals being confirmed by a Bishop in the Apostolic Succession before receiving Holy Communion. This practice in Anglicanism is a balance between catholic and reformed teaching and is Scripturally based partly on St. Paul's words in I Corinthians 11:29, "For any one who eats and drinks without discerning the body eats and drinks judgment upon himself." (1 Cor 11:29; RSVCE)

    Posted by The Reverend Ernie Pinto, SSA
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