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JESUS CHRIST IS LORD -  to the glory of GOD the FATHER

O WORSHIP THE LORD IN THE BEAUTY OF HOLINESS

A Parish of the Anglican Catholic Church, Original Province (ACC-OP) founded in 1978.
Diocese of the South

 Book of Common Prayer (1928)

"Anglican"
means the tradition that comes through the Church of England (in America, this came through the Episcopal Church). "Catholic" means whole or complete or Universal, as used in the ancient Creeds.

St. Benedict's Anglican Church
870 Weaver Dairy Road
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514

919-933-0956 /  E-mail
mail@saintbenedicts.

Fr. Robert Hart, Rector

Every SUNDAY
8:30 AM Morning Prayer & Holy Communion (said)               .
10:00 AM Holy Communion (High Solemn Mass)
(with Sunday School for children)                                   .

Every WEDNESDAY
Holy Communion 12:00 noon
Evening Prayer 6:30 pm

Every THURSDAY
Bible Study 7:00 pm

Every Saturday
3:00PM Holy Communion at the Stratford Senior Care Facility

POTLUCK SUPPER every second Tuesday each month, 6-8 PM.

FROM THE RECTOR: AN ANSWER TO THE QUESTION, WHAT IS THE GOSPEL?

A cross to greet you as you come up our drive


 To troubled Episcopalians 

You are not having a bad dream my friend. Your church has, indeed, left you behind. Why remain unhappy? You are not the one who is out of step with the times, but the times that are out of step with God. “His truth endures to all generations” says Psalm 100. But they have made the Christian Faith unrecognizable. The changes have been incremental, and it took some of us years to see what was happening. I realized years ago, when I had helped a lost man return to his Christian faith, that I could not bring him into my own church with a clear conscience. I had to decide, Do I spend my life fighting the inevitable, or do I work for Christ and do good? To paraphrase Nathan Hale, I have but one life to give for my Lord.  

“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”
 (Isaiah 5:20).” 

“Charity…rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth.”
 (I Corinthians13:4,6) 

It is time for you to come over to us, and return to “The Faith which was once delivered to the saints (Jude 3),” that faith and practice in which you may feel the presence of God again, and rejoice.

- Father Hart

The Anglican Catholic Church is part of the One, Holy, Catholic,
and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, faithfully continuing the
Anglican tradition. We practice and uphold the historic Catholic
Faith, Apostolic Order, Orthodox Worship, and Evangelical
Witness of the traditional Anglican Church.

Today the Anglican Catholic Church is a
worldwide body. It has churches in the U.S.,
the United Kingdom, Australia, South Sudan, the Congo, South Africa, Rwanda,
Haiti, The Philippines, and South America.

A typical Sunday at St. Benedict's