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Secretary: Linnea Shaver
Treasurer: Katherine Lippman
Chancellor: Walter W Jones Jr
Archdeacon: The Ven. Alan Koller
Information Officer: Bonnie Turner
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The Most Rev Brian R Marsh
Po Box 963
Belchertown, Ma 01007
Welcome to Our Web site!
The Diocese of the Northeast is a vibrant and growing family of parishes in New England and New York State. As members of the worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion, we are part of Christ's One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church.
Our teaching and practice are based soundly on the Holy Bible and the
traditional Book of Common Prayer.
In our common worship, we observe the ancient rites of the church through regular prayer and the Holy Eucharist. The liturgy of our church holds us together; it is through common or communal worship that the people of God come together most completely to offer their prayers, sing their praises to God and deepen their spiritual understanding. We encourage all to join with us, to learn the language of our worship and participate in the unique spiritual journey that is the Anglican way.
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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Please keep Nora Mahoney, the daughter of Fr Martin Mahoney, Holy Cross Anglican Church in Webster, NY in your prayers.
Bishop's Monthly Newsletter January, 2014
The Rev John Corcoran RIP Read More
The Presiding Bishop's Christmas Message The Most Reverend Brian R. Marsh
Eli Dibble RIP Read More
The Most Rev. Brian R. Marsh, Ordinary
Serving: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
We hope you will find information here that will guide you on your Christian journey. If you are new to our jurisdiction, or simply visiting this web site, I hope you will join with us for worship services. You will find our parishes to be warm and welcoming; in our churches, we experience the joy and commitment of a common life as faithful Christians. We seek to share the wonder, mystery and love of our faith with all earnest Christian seekers.
The Anglican Church in America is a traditional, historic church. We use the ancient offices found in The Book of Common Prayer. The beautiful language of our prayer book draws us closer to God. The continual use of the matchless prayers contained within The Book of Common Prayer offers us a window onto faith, holding us together as a community that meets in Jesus' name.
We believe firmly that, in today's complex and often troubled world, God's love and protection are essential to a healthy physical, moral and spiritual life. We affirm that the Holy Bible contains all things necessary for salvation. We believe that the sacraments represent outward and visible signs of an inward and spiritual grace. It is our lasting commitment to protect the ancient treasures and teachings of the church, recognizing that these treasures provide the only true shelter for our passage through this temporal life. They are indeed gifts from God; it is our task to care for them, to preserve them and to pass them on to other faithful Christians.
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