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Steve is a seminarian at Trinity School for Ministry and an Anglican catechist in Sacramento, CA. His professional work consulting with political campaigns, leading nonprofit organizations, and in the California State Capitol has been recognized by The Los Angeles Times, National Review Magazine, and Our Sunday Visitor. Steve is a postulant in the Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others (ACNA) and leads communications for the Sacramento Valley Deanery. 

We are putting together a "table" about Anglicanism for use on college campuses. Looking for ideas of items that would interest, educate, and pique the curiosity of students.Ideas so far:Prayerbook(s) CS Lewis stuff  Thurible  Vestments Chalice/Altar wares Bells Icons  Ordo Kalendar Missal/HymnalFeel free to post suggestions below.
On April 16, 2017, I visited Resurrection Anglican Church in Placerville, California.I attended with my wife Sarah and our children Athanasius and Assumpta.The service was an Easter vigil according to 1979 Book of Common Prayer and included a baptism.
Our family often visited Wellspring Anglican Church while we lived in Lathrop, California in 2016-2017.Wellspring is a strong congregation with a wonderful blend of both old and new worship styles (1979 Book of Common Prayer). Father Michael and Father Tom offer solid, orthodox sermons and liberally invest their time in the lives of their congregants.Wellspring is also an example of...
CAPTAINS AND COURTS (A BIBLICAL DEFENSE OF EPISCOPAL GOVERNMENT)
I’ve uploaded this very helpful booklet by Bp. Ray Sutton for those who may have questions about the Biblical or historic nature of Episcopalianism.Download the PDF: Captains and CourtsI had the privilege to finally meet Bishop Ray Sutton (Presiding Minister, Reformed Episcopal Church) at the Anglican Church in North America's 2017 Provincial Assembly at Wheaton College, Chicago, IL. 

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