Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is a Reformed Episcopal Church?
A Reformed Episcopal Church is a congregation which is a constituent member of the Reformed Episcopal Church in the United States. It is Bible-based, Protestant, and Liturgical in its theology and worship. We have a Bishop who oversees the theology and practice of the churches under his Episcopal care.
2. Who are our bishops and other leaders?
The Rt. Rev. David Hicks recently left the position of Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the Northeast & Mid-Atlantic to take a call to be rector of a parish. The Most Rev. Dr. Ray R. Sutton, the Presiding Bishop of our denomination, is our Bishop Ordinary until a new Bishop Ordinary is elected. Bishop R. Charles Gillin is handling day-to-day operations of the diocese.
3. What about the Bible? What about Jesus Christ?
We believe the Bible to be the very Word of God revealed to mankind, and that it is inerrant and infallible. We believe that Jesus Christ is the only means of eternal salvation. We pray that you come to know Him and His salvation.