Hey everyone. I'm a 22-year-old woman. I've been considering conversion to either Catholicism or Anglicanism for the past two and a half years. I've read, studied, and most importantly, thought. While studying abroad in London and backpacking through Europe, I made it a point to visit as many churches/cathedrals from both faiths as possible. I've sat through quite a few masses! (But, I'm Jewish.) I've been waiting because, one, I didn't want to be pressured, and two, I was worried no one would take me seriously. I also wasn't sure where I felt more at peace: Catholicism or Anglicanism. I'm leaning toward Anglicanism, because the theological issues I have with Catholicism aren't a problem in Anglicanism. I first intended to start RCIA classes but then, with deeper thought, wondered why on earth I'd try to change myself to fit somewhere, when I already fit somewhere else. My question: I intend to start going to an Anglican church in my city. Mainly to get the feel for it as a community, but also for the possibility of conversion. How does the process of conversion work? For example, I know that if I wanted to convert to Catholicism, part of "getting to know the community," would be attending RCIA classes, which is also apart of the conversion process. Thank you.