About Me

My name is Father Steve Macias and I am a Priest in California’s Silicon Valley.


I am the Headmaster at Canterbury Christian School and Rector of Saint Paul’s Anglican Church.


I am a presbyter (priest/pastor/minister) in the Reformed Episcopal Church, a founding jurisdiction of the Anglican Church in North America.


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    Books for Starter Anglicans

    Books for Starter Anglicans

    • March 11, 2022
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    Recently, a parishioner requested a book table which got me thinking about what to include.

    Here’s what I decided to buy for our Parish Book Table:

    Knowing God, JI Packer (Affiliate link)

    Outline of an Anglican Life, Tarsitano

    Signed Sealed and Delivered, Sutton

    Monkhood of All Believers, Peters (Affiliate link)

    Although the institution of monasticism has existed in the Christian church since the first century, it is often misunderstood. Greg Peters, an expert in monastic studies, reintroduces historic monasticism to the Protestant church, articulating a monastic spirituality for all believers.

    As Peters explains, what...

    The Prayerbook as the Basis for a Unified Christendom

    The Prayerbook as the Basis for a Unified Christendom

    • March 02, 2022
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    In 1861, Bishop Cummins delivered a sermon in Philadelphia, in behalf of the Bishop White Prayer Book Society, and in 1867, after he had been consecrated to the Episcopate, as Assistant Bishop of Kentucky, he preached before the Convention of that Diocese that same sermon, rewritten, with additional matter. 

    “Again, we claim this high position for the Prayer Book because it is committed to no human system of theology, but is broad enough and comprehensive enough to embrace men who differ widely in their interpretations and definitions of Scriptural truth.

    It is...

    Outline of the Christian Life

    Outline of the Christian Life

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    REC Episcopal Recorder #2032 Outline of An Anglican Life by the Rev. Dr. Louis Tarsitano (Order Form) (Online)

    Chapter 1: The Church (February 27)

    PDF: https://www.stevemacias.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Anglican_Faith-_Chapter_1.pdf

    Video: https://youtu.be/wk0hbZqo-zY

    Chapter 2: The Doctrine of God (March 6th)

    PDF: https://www.stevemacias.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/chapter2.pdf

    Video: https://youtu.be/Egs3CvM89WM

    Chapter 3: Sin, Salvation, and Grace (March 13th)

    PDF: https://www.stevemacias.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Lesson3.pdf

    Video: Coming Soon

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    “Tomorrow” in memoriam Dr. Gary North

    “Tomorrow” in memoriam Dr. Gary North

    Tomorrow.

    For years I would ask Dr. North a question and he would simply reply “Tomorrow” – which meant he was going to think it over and give me a full answer the next day. He encouraged me, challenged me, and even berated me from time to time.

    In times of mental darkness, Dr. North had the ability to set me straight and refill my soul with hope. His “by 20-30-40” remains an essential part of my “adult metrics.” (link “Three Milestones”)

    Years ago, when I was lamenting the hurdles of...

    RNS Quotes: On Indian Christian Persecution

    RNS Quotes: On Indian Christian Persecution

    A press release published in the Religious News Service (RNS) entitled, “Californian clergy coalition prays and speaks for persecuted Indian Christians” quotes me with the following:

    “The great moral evil that will be remembered in the year 2022 is the persecution of the millions of Christians in India,” declared Fr. Steve Macias, a priest in the Reformed Episcopal Church, as he joined fellow clergy-members to raise awareness about the escalating persecution of Indian Christians. “The religious persecution that many Christians refuse to look at, refuse to pay attention to, refuse...

    Recap of Ministry for 2021

    Recap of Ministry for 2021

    These are some highlights of my ministry activity for 2021 – feel free to ask questions in the comments.

    I currently serve as the Rector of Saint Paul’s Anglican Church and Headmaster of Canterbury School and below are some of my extra opportunities in addition to my typical duties leading daily chapel and weekly services.

    January

    Visited Christ the King (REC) in Grover Beach, CA to preach and celebrate Holy Communion for Christmas II.

    Blessing the Church Doors for Epiphany, an old tradition that the Canterbury students love to participate...

    Historical Connections between Anglicanism and Christian Reconstruction

    Historical Connections between Anglicanism and Christian Reconstruction

    DISCLAIMER: The names of individuals or organizations listed below may or may not be associated with Christian Reconstruction today. It is not my intention to claim that any of the names below are current, complete, or even partial adherents of any particular version of Theonomy, Christian Reconstructionism, or of Dominion Theology. This exploration of historical connections does not constitute nor should be read as an endorsement or approval of any school of Christian Reconstructionsm by any of the individuals or organizations listed below.

    The true intention behind the author’s exploration...

    American and Anglican: Anglicanism as the Founding Faith of the Colonies and the American Republic

    American and Anglican: Anglicanism as the Founding Faith of the Colonies and the American Republic

    Did you know the first Communion service in the New World happened on the West Coast using the Anglican Book of Common Prayer? What church did American members of the Church of England (like George Washington) belong to after the English lost the Revolutionary War? How did Anglicanism become the Episcopal Church in the United States?

    Starting with Sir Francis Drake, this video is a survey of the significant Anglican leaders that helped forge America’s religious identity from the pre-colonial period through the start of the 20th century.

    1:26 –...

    American Anglicanism Began in California

    American Anglicanism Began in California

    The New World was discovered a short time before Dr. Martin Luther lit the spark which started the Reformation on the Continent. Following Columbus, explorers from many countries in the Old World turn their attention to the new Western World. As each new territory was explored, the area was claimed for both the country from which the explorer came, and for the established Church of that country.

    South America was claimed for Spain and the Roman Church; Canada and the Louisiana territory were originally claimed for France and also the...

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