At Resurrection, ministry is focused on adoration, formation, and transformation as we are
made alive in Real Presence of Christ.
As a church, our mission and goals are focused around three core areas: adoration, formation,and transformation. These all three work together towards our primary mission of being made alive in the real presence of Christ as we go into the world to love and serve Christ and His Church.
By adoration we mean the worship of the Triune God in spirit and truth. We worship God with our body, mind, and spirits and seek him in the sacraments – Jesus Christ’s gifts to the Church. The core of our adoration is the continual offering of the most Holy Eucharist that we celebrate at least every Sunday and other times throughout the year. As Anglicans, this also means use of the Book of Common Prayer and the Daily Offices of Morning and Evening Prayer which is prayed at the church weekly on Wednesday and as announced.
By formation we do not mean education, although education is a part of formation. Formation is the shaping of world-views, behaviors, and relationships through engagement with the Biblical story, Traditions of the Church, and fellowship with other people of faith.
By transformation we mean the changed life that emerges when the people of God adore him and are formed by him. This changed life is not content with a broken world or injustice. Those who are being transformed by the grace of Jesus Christ live as graceful agents of transformation in our community and world.