About us

Holy Trinity Anglican Church came into being in 2007.  It immediately joined a wider body of Anglicans known as the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).  The Anglican Communion, the title of the fellowship of all Anglican parishes, is the third largest body of Christians in the world and the largest Protestant denomination.  It’s one of the most active, growing, and fruitful fellowships of churches on the planet.  Holy Trinity is rooted in the historical church with its traditions and practices going back to the early church.  Still, this parish is firmly embedded in contemporary culture.  Therefore, it enjoys the unique ability to address contemporary issues from firmly established, tried and true sources.  We are an open, welcoming community of people sincerely seeking to be disciples of Jesus Christ, honoring the Bible as God’s word, and breathing deeply the power of the Holy Spirit to live lives of integrity and compassion.  Please be our guest the first chance you get and we will do our best to welcome you with open arms and hearts.  Come as you are with hopes of who you desire to be.
 
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Leadership Team:

Our leadership team recognizes the authority of God, and realizes that we are shepherds who serve under the Chief Shepherd, Jesus Christ. We desire to devote ourselves to prayer and to the ministry of the Word. Our passion and goal is to equip the believers for the work of the ministry until we all attain maturity in the fullness of Christ.

 

Dr. Richard Turner, Rector

Richard (Rick) Turner was raised in an evangelical Pentecostal tradition and served as an ordained minister of that tradition for 31 years.  When he went to Bible college God gripped his heart with Scripture and the amazing power it had to change his life.  Rick has been on a journey of learning how to understand and interpret Scripture so as to better communicate its amazing power to every day disciples.  This journey has led Rick to earn his B.A. in Bible, an M.A. in New Testament Theology, and a Doctor of Ministry in Spiritual Formation. In 2011 he and his wife, Dana, sensed the Holy Spirit leading them into the Anglican Communion.  This put them on a path of trusting God in complete faith for everything in their lives.  Upon being ordained as a deacon and now a priest in the Anglican Church in North America; he and Dana are thrilled to be in South Haven with Rick serving as Rector of Holy Trinity Anglican Church.  His heart is to see every person come to know the life fulfilling and life changing love and grace of God.  This is more than just a statement to Father Rick, he believes, teaches it and most importantly lives it.  He is open to any person trying out Holy Trinity to see if there is a good fit in the parish.  Come one.  Come all!!