I hope I am putting this in the right place to get an answer to my question. First all political ideology aside I do not consider myself to be a conservative, moderate, or liberal. I follow my own beliefs and values, listen to those of others respectfully and whether I chose to agree with them or not accept their beliefs and values just as I hope they will respect mine. As I mentioned in my introductory post for this site I am a Southern Baptist who is spiritually burned out and planning on visiting my local Episcopal Church. Trinity Episcopal in Hannibal, MO. My brother found out and insists that coming from a Southern Baptist church after 24 years of being a member I will be in for a rude awakening as the Episcopal Church as a whole is one of the most liberal branches of Christianity and from his viewpoint Trinity is the most liberal church in Hannibal. I have met with the pastor of Trinity as I stated in my introductory post and found her to be a very sweet and welcoming lady who was excited for me to visit as soon as my obligations at my current church were completed. My question is this do you think someone coming from a faith background such as mine that I would have trouble fitting in at an Episcopalian church and are Episcopalians extremely liberal. I would say my current church for all intents and purposes is extremely conservative to moderate. I am still planning on visiting Trinity this Sunday, just to see what it is like, but I also don't want to be where I would be the wallflower and not fit in faith wise either. Also if anyone knows of any websites that describe what and Anglican and/or Episcopalian Church service is like please let me know. Something like the Anglican/Episcopalian Church for Dummies.com would help as I need to go that simplistic.