The following two creeds or statements of faith express the basic spiritual beliefs in our church. More information on the beliefs of the United Church of Canada can be found here and more information on the beliefs of the Anglican Church of Canada can be found here.

The New Creed (United Church of Canada)

We are not alone, we live in God's world.
We believe in God:
who has created and is creating,
who has come in Jesus, the Word made flesh, to reconcile and make new,
who works in us and others by the Spirit.
We trust in God.
We are called to be the Church:
to celebrate God's presence,
to live with respect in Creation,
to love and serve others,
to seek justice and resist evil,
to proclaim Jesus, crucified and risen, our judge and our hope.
In life, in death, in life beyond death, God is with us.
We are not alone.  
Thanks be to God.

Tirechan’s  Creed, 7th century (Anglican Tradition) 

(from The Patrician Texts of the Book of Armagh CE 670)

 Our God is the God of all humans,

the God of heaven and earth,

the God of seas and rivers,

the God of sun and moon,

the God of all heavenly bodies,

the God of the lofty mountains,

the God of the lowly valleys.

God is above all the heavens;

and beneath the heavens.

Heaven and earth and sea,

and everything in them,

such God has as an abode.

God inspires all things gives life to all things,

stands above all things,

and stands beneath all things.

God enlightens the light of the sun,

strengthens the light of the night and the stars,

makes wells in the arid land and dry islands in the sea,

and places the stars in the service of the greater lights.

And there is the Son who is co-eternal with God,

and similar in all respects neither is the Son younger nor older;

and the Holy Spirit breathes in them.

And the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit are inseparable.