Holy Nativity is a congregation of the Diocese of Calgary, which is part of the Anglican Church of Canada. The Anglican Church of Canada is a member church of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

You are welcome in the Anglican Church of Canada.

Whether you come from another country, faith or denomination, or have been away from the Anglican Church for a while, worship with us and experience the Anglican way of celebrating the Christian life.  

How do I become a member of an Anglican Church?

If you would like to become a member of an Anglican Church, please speak to the priest. Join us for worship and other church activities. We would like to get to know you better, and you will learn more about us.  

Who are Anglicans?

Jesus Christ’s life and death tells of the love of God who shows compassion and wants justice for all. Anglicans believe that God raised Jesus from the dead and in so doing asked women, men, and children to share in new life. God calls us to offer ourselves in love and service to others. In thanksgiving, we continue God’s work. Our Anglican tradition emerged from the reform of the Catholic Church in the 16th Century in England. Anglican reformers chose a middle way between the Roman tradition and the Protestant churches arising in Europe.  Today the Anglican Church is a multinational and multicultural Christian denomination. Millions of Anglicans live in most parts of the world. They worship in many different languages.  

You are welcome to join us for a service.  

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