The Episcopal Church has its roots in the Church of England and is also an Anglican Church. The Anglican Church considers itself directly descended from the
Our worship is centered around the "Book of Common Prayer" that was first compiled in the 16th Century by Thomas Cranmer. Since that time, it has undergone many revisions, but its original purpose has remained the same: To provide in one place the core of the instructions and rites for the Anglican Christians to worship together. It explains Christianity, describes the main beliefs of the church, outlines the requirements for the sacraments and in general serves as the main guideline for the Episcopal life.