This means that we believe that you must be born again (not by any good works one can do, but by faith only) to get into heaven and that all Christians should be busy doing work of the Kingdom of God, because they are citizens of that Kingdom. We believe that we must listen to and obey God once we are born again.
Our historical roots are in the reformation of the church that took place in England about 1550 to 1650. You can read all about our present position in a book called: “A candle burns in Africa” Available at the library.
Our form of Government is Episcopal. That means that we have a Bishop as overseer of the denomination. His function is much the same as the moderator of the Dutch Reformed Church. He is also the Shepherd to the ministers of our denomination.
Statement of Faith
Our Statement of Faith is summed up in the Thirty – Nine Articles of Religion. These can be found at the back of our Prayer Book.