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The Anglican church is a denomination of Christianity. Anglicans worship God and believe in the divinity of Jesus Christ. .

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What do people who go to an Anglican church do?

they go there to do praying , worship God .


How does Westminster Abbey worship?

Westminster Abbey, is an Anglican, Christian Church.


What is the difference between Anglican Church and Anglican Catholic church?

Not much difference at all. Eucharist comes from the greek word meening "thanksgiving". It is based on the events that happened at the last supper. All christian groups perform this service except salvatioists and quakers.AnswerThere is a great deal of difference. The Anglican Church worldwide is a group of churches that all uphold the ethos of the Anglican Church and which are in communion with other Anglican Churches. In this group are the Church of England, many African Churches and the Episcopalians in the USA.The Anglican church is a very diverse group of churches ranging from evangelical charismatic worship that is reminiscent of Pentecostal churches at one end of the spectrum, through to more formal, liturgical worship at the other.The Anglican Catholic Church (or 'Anglo-Catholic Church) is that small branch of the Anglican Church that celebrates its roots in Catholicism and whose worship reflects those roots. Unlike the evangelical wing of the Anglican Church, the Anglo-Catholic group places more emphasis on sacramental worship and its style of worship is much more like the Roman Church with the use of ornate riitual and liturgy, including, as an example, the use of incense.In fact, the Anglo-Catholic wing is often almost indistinguishable from the Roman Catholic Church except that it refuses to accept the authority of the pope.This diversity is one of the great strengths of the Anglican Church in that the same denomination can hold a range of traditions in union and love.


Are there any Anglican churches in Mumbai?

Yes, indeed, there are. St Thomas Cathedral, near the Flora fountain is the centre of Anglican worship. However, the Anglican Church in India is part of a union of churches called the "Church of North India" which retains the historic episcopate and the centrality of the sacraments. There is therefore no such thing as an "Anglican Church" because the official name is "Church of North India"


In what church was the Anglican Church founded?

the church that the anglican church was founded was the catholic church.


What religion does Anglican Church belong to?

The Anglican Church is a part of the Anglican Communion also known as "The Church of England"


Differences between Anglican church and the Protestant church?

The Anglican church is the state Church of England. Protestantism is a movement, and not a single church in particular (the Anglican church is Protestant).


Is Desmond Tutu a Catholic?

No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.No. He is an Anglican, which is a protestant church. He is a retired bishop now.


Another name for the Anglican Church?

The Anglican Church is known as the Church of England.


What did the puritans want to do to the Anglican church?

They wanted to change the Anglican Church,while separatists wanted to separate from the Anglican Church


What are the reforms of the Anglican church?

The reforms of the Anglican church include having the worship service in the language of the people, and an emphasis on scripture reading. The latter came about because of the printing press, so more people had access to Bibles.


What is a non-Anglican?

A non-Anglican is simply someone who is not part of the Anglican church, which encompases the Church of England, the Episcopal Church, as well as several other smaller Anglican communities. So an example of a non-Anglican would be a Catholic, a Methodist, or anyone else not in the Anglican Church.


Where does the name Anglican come from?

Anglican means "of England." The Anglican church is the state church of England.


In which country can you find the Anglican Church?

the Anglican church is the church of englaand but in other countries.


Who is in charge of the Anglican church?

The Anglican Church is known as the Church of England. The global leader of the Anglican Church is the Archbishop of Canterbury. The monarch of the United Kingdom is officially the head of the Anglican Church although this is strictly a ceremonial position.


When did the Spanish attempt to reform to the Anglican church?

The Spanish did not reform the Anglican church. The Anglican church is English and begun by Henry when he threw out the Catholic church in England.


Where do Anglicans worship?

Anglicans worship in Anglican churches, or Episcopal churches outside England. The ritual is very similar to that of the Roman Catholic church, including the reading of the Gospel.


When was the Anglican church founded?

Anglicanism is a tradition of Christian faith. Churches in this tradition either have historical connections to the Church of England or have similar beliefs, worship and church structures. The word Anglican originates in ecclesia anglicana, a medieval Latin phrase dating to at least 1246 meaning the English Church


Names of some Anglican churches in Jamaica and the parishes they are in?

Anglican Church Hall - St Thomas St Benidicts Anglican Church - Bull Bay


What is inside an Anglican church?

What is inside an Anglican Church The gateway to the New Jerusalem, or Salvation! The Anglican Church is an out showing or manifestation, of the Body of Christ!


Why does Anglican don't respect Mary?

Yes, The Virgin Mary IS venerated in the Anglican Church. The Anglican Church is very similar to the Catholic Church.


Is Salisbury a Catholic or Anglican church?

If we are talking about the cathedral, it is an Anglican Cathedral within the Church of England, but whose tradition is 'high' church Anglican.


Where do Baptists worship?

Anywhere you please, if you mean as a congregation, that would be in a church.Baptist worship in a church. This is common like many other denomination (Methodist, Lutheran, A.M.E, C.M.E, Church of God and Christ, Anglican, Episcopal, etc). A church is a place where the members of christ meets.


Who reform from the Anglican Church?

it's reformed, not reform the Anglican church, foo


What is Anglican Church of Kenya's population?

The population of Anglican Church of Kenya is 1,500,000.