Trinity Anglican Church moves into new home In Mississippi

While the church held its first Sunday service on Dec. 1, dedication and consecration ceremonies were held last weekend. Anglican Bishop Frank Lyons came from Pittsburgh, Pa., to take part in the ceremony attended by 72 people.

Both Schreffler and Lamon said it is hoped the church will become an integral part of the northwest Marysville neighborhood.

“The community here has really welcomed us,” Schreffler said. “And we want to be part of the neighborhood.”

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3 comments on “Trinity Anglican Church moves into new home In Mississippi

  1. Jill Woodliff says:

    I’m not aware of a Marysville in Mississippi. Perhaps another state?

  2. Charles52 says:

    It appears to be in California. There is a Marysville and Yuba City separated only by a river.

  3. MichaelA says:

    The article chronicles just one milestone in the life of one small congregation, getting their own building, as a part of settling into their local community where they will be salt and light. Yet this is how ACNA will become the primary Anglican jurisdiction in North America – through the slow process of planting churches, then growing them.

    At the cutting edge of this movement are small groups of dedicated laity and junior clergy, who labour for years to bring this about, often seeing little progress. Yet they trust that if they sow and water, “God will give the increase” [1 Cor 3:6]