Holy Trinity Edmonds is a new Anglican community in Edmonds, Washington, we opened our doors for worship services in the Fall of 2014. We are unique in the sense that we have been planted by a local congregation that is not Anglican but is focused on building the Kingdom of God in our city. We are working under the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA), and began the church under the authority of Bishop Todd Hunter and the Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others (C4SO). Our Pastor, Ryan Brotherton, was ordained an Anglican Priest in January 2015. After getting settled as a church plant and growing the foundations that will help us in the future we were received into our local diocese, Cascadia, under the authority of Bishop Kevin Allen in September of 2015. In the Summer of 2017 we moved from a shared worship space at North Sound Church to our current location at 657 Daley St. in Edmonds.
Holy Trinity Edmonds – is Anglican at its roots. Our liturgy (order and expression of worship) offers a unique blend of ancient and future that captures the imagination, and we actively draw from the best of our ancient faith in ways designed to reach today’s culture with the Gospel.
Anglican Christianity is – Biblical…centered on a commitment to the Bible as God’s Word to us, the truth that guides our lives. Unified…connected with Christians the world over for 2000 years that believe in salvation through Christ alone. In this way, Anglicanism is part of a global Christian faith, or, as expressed in the Nicene Creed: “the one holy catholic and apostolic church.” Historic…rooted in the earliest Christian church and upholds the teaching, promises and worship of Jesus, His apostles and the “priesthood of all believers.” (I Peter 2:9, NIV)