We are traditional Anglicans. What does that mean? It means that as well as looking at the past, we are preserving something vitally important for the future.
We worship God in the manner of the Apostles of Jesus Christ: "And they continued steadfastly in the Apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of the bread, and in the prayers." [The Acts of the Apostles 2:42]
We gather on Sundays and for other special days as our principal form of worship and in accordance to the ancient customs of the Church in Britain. The best expression of this faith and practice are found in the beautiful liturgy of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer.
Our traditions and customs as well as our theology and history of the Church are integral to maintaining the Christian faith: "...and exhort you to contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints." [The Epistle of St. Jude 1:3] Saint Paul's is in the Anglican theological tradition founded on the complete sufficiency of scripture, the apostolic succession, and the church councils of the Patristic era.