The Divine Liturgy

The Sunday Holy Communion service is rich with meaning; every part says something about our faith, our beliefs, our worship and our relationship with Jesus Christ, and through Him, our God.In-person worship services are held every Sunday at 10:00 AM at
929 11th St, Marysville, CA
Just across the 10th St. [Colusa] Bridge from Yuba City & one block north of 10th St.
From 10th St. [Hwy 20] - take G St. north one block to 11th St. to 11th west [left turn] to 929 11th St @ corner of J St.
Our Church also offers worship services through Zoom Virtual Meetings for those unable to attend in person.

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About Trinity Anglican Church

Trinity Anglican Church is imbued in a much older tradition. The Anglican tradition dates back to the mid-1500's and traces its roots back to the ancient Celtic Church of the first century.In August of 2006, Trinity Church opened its doors in a small storefront building located in Yuba City, California, under the guidance of the Reverends Steve and Joy Gartman.In 2010, Trinity Church accepted an invitation to share church facilities of the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church located just a few miles away in Marysville, where Fr. Victor Schreffler joined us as our new pastor. Under his leadership, we acquired our own building at 929 11th Street in Marysville.In December 2023, the church called the Rev Fr Jonah Kelman to be its Rector. We are part of the Diocese of San Joaquin, in the Anglican Church in North America.Services are held at 10:00 AM each Sunday at the Marysville location.

About the Anglican Tradition

The Anglican Church in North America unites more than 100,000 Anglicans in the United States and Canada with a shared commitment to “Reaching North America with the Transforming Love of Jesus Christ.”Anglican Christians believe that Jesus Christ is Lord and that covenantal and sacramental agreement with Him as Savior is the only way to abundant life in the present age and the age to come.Anglican Christians are part of a worldwide communion uniting millions of people in more than 160 countries. Anglicanism melds the rich history and traditions of both catholic and protestant Christianity. Anglican congregations bring together vibrant faith in Jesus Christ, a commitment to the trustworthiness and authority of Scripture, the beauty of liturgical worship, and an expectation of the powerful work of the Holy Spirit.The Anglican ethos holds together three streams of the Christian Church. For those familiar with Church History, Dr. Les Fairfield provides a synopsis of the history that shapes its life today:"The Protestant movement recalled the 16th century Church to the primacy of the Word—written, read, preached, inwardly digested. The 18th century Holiness movement reminded the Church of God’s love for the poor. The Anglo-Catholic movement re-grounded the Church in the sacramental life of worship. All three strands are grounded in the Gospel. Each one extrapolates the Gospel in a specific direction. No strand is dispensable. Other Christian bodies have often taken one strand to an extreme. By God’s grace the Anglican tradition has held the streams in creative tension. This miracle of unity is a treasure worth keeping."

Anglican Church in North America Beliefs

We believe and confess Jesus Christ to be the Way, the Truth, and the Life: no one comes to the Father but by Him. Therefore, the Anglican Church in North America identifies the following seven elements as characteristic of the Anglican Way, and essential for membership:

  1. We confess the canonical books of the Old and New Testaments to be the inspired Word of God, containing all things necessary for salvation, and to be the final authority and unchangeable standard for Christian faith and life.

  2. We confess Baptism and the Supper of the Lord to be Sacraments ordained by Christ Himself in the Gospel, and thus to be ministered with unfailing use of His words of institution and of the elements ordained by Him.

  3. We confess the godly historic Episcopate as an inherent part of the apostolic faith and practice, and therefore as integral to the fullness and unity of the Body of Christ.

  4. We confess as proved by most certain warrants of Holy Scripture the historic faith of the undivided church as declared in the three Catholic Creeds: the Apostles’, the Nicene, and the Athanasian.

  5. Concerning the seven Councils of the undivided Church, we affirm the teaching of the first four Councils and the Christological clarifications of the fifth, sixth and seventh Councils, in so far as they are agreeable to the Holy Scriptures.

  6. We receive The Book of Common Prayer as set forth by the Church of England in 1662, together with the Ordinal attached to the same, as a standard for Anglican doctrine and discipline, and, with the Books which preceded it, as the standard for the Anglican tradition of worship.

  7. We receive the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion of 1571, taken in their literal and grammatical sense, as expressing the Anglican response to certain doctrinal issues controverted at that time, and as expressing the fundamental principles of authentic Anglican belief.

In all these things, the Anglican Church in North America is determined by the help of God to hold and maintain as the Anglican Way has received them the doctrine, discipline and worship of Christ.“The Anglican Communion,” Archbishop Geoffrey Fisher wrote, “has no peculiar thought, practice, creed or confession of its own. It has only the Catholic Faith of the ancient Catholic Church, as preserved in the Catholic Creeds and maintained in the Catholic and Apostolic constitution of Christ’s Church from the beginning. It may licitly teach as necessary for salvation nothing but what is read in the Holy Scriptures as God’s Word written or may be proved thereby. It therefore embraces and affirms such teachings of the ancient Fathers and Councils of the Church as are agreeable to the Scriptures, and thus to be counted apostolic. The Church has no authority to innovate: it is obliged continually, and particularly in times of renewal or reformation, to return to ‘the faith once delivered to the saints.'”To be an Anglican, then, is not to embrace a distinct version of Christianity, but a distinct way of being a “Mere Christian,” at the same time evangelical, apostolic, catholic, reformed, and Spirit-filled.

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929 11th St, Marysville, CA
Sunday Service 10:00 AM