For more information contact:
The Rev. Deacon David Stiles
phone: (513) 919-1530
Dave occasionally blogs at:
What does "Anglican" mean?
The word Anglican means "of England" and describes churches
that originated from the Church of England. And although it began in
England, there are now Anglican churches throughout the world. The
Anglican Communion (the term used to describe all of the
Anglicans in the world) has over 80 million members and is growing
more each day.
What is the history of Anglican worship?
The Anglican Church was started in the 16th Century
during a period called the Protestant Reformation. However, many of the traditions that
you'll see in our worship gatherings today actually go back two
thousand years ago to the very beginnings of the church itself, just
after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. By keeping these
ancient traditions we are able to have deep roots into the way the
Christian church has always worshipped God. At the Anglican
Fellowship of Cincinnati we blend these ancient traditions with
contemporary styles of worship creating a time of relevant and
exciting worship with a firm foundation in the Scriptural and
traditional history of the church.
We are affiliated with PEAR USA, the North
American Missionary District of the Anglican Church of Rwanda. Click
here to learn more about PEAR USA and their mission: