The Catechism in the Book of Common Prayer summarizes our faith, and is especially useful for basic instruction in the fundamentals of Christianity for children and converts.
The principal aim of our common life is to worship Almighty God as revealed in Jesus Christ and in the Scriptures. Our worship is rooted in the Anglican tradition of Common Prayer and classic Anglican hymnody.
The goal of our Christian Education offerings is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for all ages. Programs include Sunday School for children, weekday and monthly Bible studies, and inquirers classes for adults and youth.
The fruit of our gathering for worship and Christian formation is to take the love and grace we have received and bring them into the world around us. To be a parish and congregation in the National Capital Region means that special concern is given to the needs of the local community. Whether that be our food drives for Christ House homeless refief, our donations to the MaRIH Crisis Pregnancy Center, or the numerous charities and causes supported by our Charity & Mercy Committee, Outreach is an important part of our parish life.