WHO WE ARE
Why do we exist? For the sake of Jesus, us, and others.
We are a group of ordinary people who love and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. We are committed to knowing him better and following Him more closely each and every day. We are also committed to sharing God’s love with our community.
We are committed to remaining faithful to Holy Scripture and the faith once delivered to the saints. We worship God in Word and Sacrament, according to the Anglican tradition, using the Book of Common Prayer and the clear exposition of Bible texts to help us understand the will of God and learn to live by it.
Good Samaritan is a parish in the Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC) which is a diocese in the Biblically-faithful Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).
Each Sunday, we gather together to worship God in the beauty of holiness. We meet at 10:30am. We also organize ministries and programs throughout the week.
Here are some resources that you might find helpful.
The Book of Common Prayer, 2019
Check out the BCP 2019 website to find the text and more information: bcp2019.anglicanchurch.net
The Thirty-Nine Articles
The Thirty-Nine Articles are the historic doctrinal statements of Anglican churches worldwide. They contain the true doctrine of the Church agreeing with God’s Word and are authoritative for Anglicans today.
The Daily Offices
The rhythm of Morning and Evening Prayer forms the heartbeat of Anglican spirituality. Check out www.dailyoffice2019.com for an easy, online way to pray the offices.
To Be A Christian: An Anglican Catechism
A catechism approved for use in the Anglican Church of North America.
Good Samaritan is proudly a part of the Anglican Network in Canada.
As a congregation in the Anglican Network in Canada, we are also part of the Anglican Church in North America.