Welcome to Bishop Seabury Anglican Church

We are a community of Christians who gather each week to hear the Gospel, to learn the Faith, to share the Sacraments, and to participate in the fellowship so that we may carry Jesus Christ into all the world.


Sunday services are at Gales Ferry Landing, 7 Hurlbutt Road, Gales Ferry, Connecticut 06335 (Map and directions). Services are at:

  •  8:00am Service: Rite One
  •  9:00 Coffee 
  •  9:30 Forum
  • 10:30am: Service: Rite Two, (child care available)

Wednesday 7pm service is in the chapel at Gales Ferry Landing, 7 Hurlbutt Road, Gales Ferry, Connecticut 06335 (no longer at Windham Falls Estates). 


  • March 30-31-April 1: 7pm Holy Communion
  • April 2: 7pm Maundy Thursday Service
  • April 3: Good Friday – 10 am Morning Prayer, 11am The Great Litany, 12N Good Friday Liturgy
  • April 4: 7pm The Great Vigil of Easter, Service of Lights, Lighting of the Paschal Candle
  • April 5: Resurrection Sunday - 8am Holy Communion Service, 10:30am Flowering of The Cross, A Family Service of Holy Communion

Mailing address: Bishop Seabury Anglican Church, PO Box 188, Gales Ferry, CT 06335 

860-445-9423 phone. Email: bishopseaburych@aol.com

“We have the opportunity to live out our lives as an example of God’s call on our lives. My prayer for you is that God will give you the strength to stand for Him and be an example of His love and enduring strength.”
                                          Blessings, Father Gauss

Our statement of faith can be found in the Creeds of the Church, and in the proclamation of Jesus in the Gospel of John 3:16: “God so loved the World that HE gave His One and only Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him.”

Did You Know?

Did You Know? Palm Sunday is a Christian moveable feast that falls on the Sunday before Easter. The feast commemorates Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, an event mention- ed in all four canonical Gospels. In many Christian churches, Palm Sunday includes a pro- cession of the assembled worshipers carrying palms, representing the palm branches the crowd scattered in front of Jesus as he rode into Jerusalem.
The symbolism of the donkey is an animal of peace, versus the horse, which is the animal of war. A king came riding upon a horse when he was bent on war and rode upon a donkey when he wanted to point out he was coming in peace. Jesus' entry to Jerusalem would thus symbolize his entry as the Prince of Peace.
In Jewish tradition, the palm is one of the Four Species carried for Sukkot, as prescribed for rejoicing at Leviticus 23:40. In ancient Egyptian religion, the palm was carried in funeral processions and represented eternal life. The palm branch later became a symbol of Christian martyrs and their spiritual victory or triumph over death. In Revelation 7:9, the white-clad multitude stand before the throne and Lamb holding palm branches.

We are members of:
  • CANA (Convocation of Anglicans in North America), 
  • ACNA (Anglican Church of North American),
  • AAC (American Anglican Council), The Church of Nigeria – Anglican Communion.
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