Who We Are





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SACRAMENTAL WORSHIP IS IMPORTANT

Lex Orandi  (rule of prayer)

      Lex Credendi (rule of belief)

            Lex Vivendi (rule of life)

How we worship reflects what we believe and therefore determines who we will become and how we will live.   

                 
Who we are theologically may be best stated in the orthodox tradition of  who we are not. 
For example we are not:
Roman Catholic
Eastern Orthodox
Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran or other Protestant Denomination.

We are first and foremost theologically Old Catholic.  Our liturgy is Western Rite. We hold to the Early Christian tenants of the Nicene Creed and the first seven Ecumenical Councils.

Our goal is to grow more in love with God as we study His Word, receive the Sacraments, and fellowship in the unity of
the Holy Spirit.



                                  

















 


Holy Trinity History

Holy Trinity OCC
Appeals To Those Who Are Seeking A
Church That Is . . .

1) sacramental in worship, spirituality, and tradition where all are welcomed in Jesus Christ, 

2) a refuge for those seeking the sacraments but who feel lost, disenfranchised, 
and wounded,  

3) living in the fullness of the ancient catholic tradition today with a hope of a better future by the grace of the Father, in the love of Jesus Christ, and with the power of the Holy Spirit.


Holy Trinity Catholic Church
is a member church of the Province of St. Thomas under the supervision of Bp Robert Burgess and the Old Catholic Communion of North America.

Our church is part of a growing communion of historically orthodox old catholic churches who believe in the Nicene Creed and practice the Apostolic Catholic Faith of the ancient undivided Church. We share the same biblical, historical, and sacramental heritage as the Eastern Catholic Churches (Eastern Orthodox) and Western Catholic Churches (Roman and other Eastern Catholic Jurisdictions). 

As western orthodox catholics with valid Apostolic Holy Orders and valid Sacraments we believe in working closely with all Christians in proclaiming Jesus Christ as the only begotten Son of the Father, Lord and Savior of the World.

Come, hear the Word of God, and receive the Sacraments, we think you will like what you experience.