Nourishment

Nourishment for Body and Soul Nourishment for Our Souls… At Creator we participate in many communal activities.  One of the most important is the Eucharist. We call the meal the Eucharist because we eat and drink in a spirit of thanksgiving (Eucharist means...

News

News On June 12, 2022, Bishop Seage visited Creator, confirmed the faith of three longtime members, and  received eleven new regular participants into membership.  The whole congregation rose to renew its own Baptismal Covenant in Christ. After the service, a...

Preschool

Preschool Enrollment The Children’s House on Clinton-Raymond Road, a joint ministry of The Episcopal Church of the Creator and Safe Harbor Family Church, will begin open enrollment in January and February, 2023. Please spread the word about our innovative,...

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A Way of Teaching

Episcopal Christianity is a Way of Teaching We profess that God comes in events rather than propositions—in Jesus crucified and risen, in water poured, in bread and wine shared. However, in making this affirmation we do not say that words formed into statements of...

A Way of Hearing

Episcopal Christianity is a Way of Hearing We have affirmed that the Holy Spirit gives us the gift of seeing: God in the infant Jesus, God in Jesus’ life and death on the cross, God in all creation, God in history, God in Bread, wine, and water. Episcopalians...