I am fortunate enough to have an Anglican family member who underwent a journey from close to where I am now into the Anglican Church. Unfortunately, he does not live nearby. I use him as a resource, but aside from asking him 20 questions each time we chat on Facebook, I assumed that I would branch out and learn on my own. To briefly cover my background, it is Protestant. I grew up as a child in a traditional [SBC] Baptist church. We then moved and I attended a local UMC throughout my highschool and some college years. I stayed somewhat involved in BCM in college, and then I began attending my now wife's SBC-affiliated church where I am involved in a volunteer role. I will admit that I fit the bill, for a long time, of your traditional anti-traditionalist. However, having been immersed in the Baptist side, the doctrinal variance is something that I find quite frustrating. My understanding of communion began to evolve recently and I see much wisdom in the early church fathers. I am exploring what Anglicanism means from an intellectual and faith standpoint. I also discovered the presence of a local Anglican church that I was not aware of in my town. So, nice to meet ya'll.