Anglican Church of the Valley
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The Anglican Church of the Valley holds regular Sunday worship services at the Temple House of Israel, 15 North Market Street, in Staunton, Virginia.

 

Take a look at photos from our very special service of Ordination, Confirmation, Reception and Eucharist - September 6.


Services:

 10:00 a.m. - Scripture Study & Discussion
 11:00 a.m. - Holy Communion Service
  
   
Clergy:  The Rev. David Reed - Pastoral Care
 The Rev. Gary Way        
 The Rev. Dr. Bobb Fickley
 The Rev. Dr. Ed Hollowell
    
Contact:

 Phone: 540-255-2084

 Email:  pastor@anglicanchurchofthevalley.org

    

"Why Anglicanism?"
A unique booklet containing the thoughts of Anglican Church leaders about the nature of Anglicanism and its future.  Download here in PDF format.
 

You are always most welcome!  Please come visit.

The Anglican Church of the Valley is a Bible-based, protestant Christian church that continues the faith, liturgy and traditions of the Anglican Communion, a worldwide group of churches with roots in the Church of England.  It is a member of the Anglican Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic, a diocese of the Anglican Church in North America. We use the beautiful new Anglican Church in North America liturgy.

Any Anglican Church can be a bit confusing at first – to those not familiar with it and its ancient traditions. It is a firmly Scripture-based church that uses traditional – and, we think, beautiful – services that not only unite us in worship, but guide us to new insights and understanding. Our services are described in detail in the Book of Common Prayer, a traditional service book that makes it easy for even a newcomer to fully participate.

We love our faith, our church and our services, and we would love to share them with you. You’ll find we are not pushy or strident, we simply care.

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