Hello, I have been attempting to locate a church home for the past few years. I feel that in prayer and study God is calling me to stay within the Anglican tradition for a number of reasons. My local parish I've attended is part of TEC, but under the guidance of a good bishop and priests. However, I've come to feel more and more that I can't, in good faith, join the TEC (be confirmed) due it's leftist political advocacy and teachings. That would make me feel insincere and I don't feel welcomed due my opposition to women's ordination, gay marriage etc.. I say this with no malice for TEC members, but I readily disagree with dying direction that the church has taken. I am also glad to say that my husband, who formerly was not exploring the Christian path, now wishes to attend church with me. I thank God for this. We have been exploring other options to TEC including the ACNA and an independent local Anglican congregation. We plan to visit a church this Sunday under The Anglican Province of America. Is there anyone on the board who is a member of The Anglican Province of America and can provide some insight into the group? It appears that it was an early departure from TEC in the 1960's. I will be attending mass this Sunday at 10am and am looking forward to the experience. It seems that the church is very small and there isn't much activity, however, that can be hard to determine from the website alone. Input from ACNA members or independent Anglicans are also welcomed. I ask for your prayers in helping my spouse and I find our church home.