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These liturgies span thousands of years of Christian faith and human experiences of celebration, sin, grief, and joy. Many people sitting in the pews with you did not grow up in the Episcopal Church, but were drawn to the serenity and beauty of the liturgy, the love of tradition balanced with the ability to question and discern, and the inclusive welcome. And we believe God continues to dwell in the church, guiding us.
What ties us together as Episcopalians is not a particular confession, a hierarchy of religious authority, or a particular dogma, but our common prayers. A worship service is a workout for your body, mind, and spirit. We realize some traditions, when placed under the lens of love, need to change.
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Yes, we began in the United States as an outpost of the Church of England.