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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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    Abraham Kuyper – Calvinism and the Transformation of Culture – Biography and Impact

    Abraham Kuyper – Calvinism and the Transformation of Culture – Biography and Impact

    • July 12, 2022
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    Abraham Kuyper (1837-1920) dominated the religious and political life of the Netherlands for nearly half a century, and his ideas continue to inspire an international school of thought. A prolific intellectual and theologian, he founded the Free University in Amsterdam and was instrumental in the development of Neo-Calvinism. He was also an active politician, serving as a member of Parliament in the Netherlands beginning in 1874 and serving as Prime Minister from 1901 to 1905. His passion was to faithfully understand and engage culture through a Christian worldview. The most...

    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

    “Tomorrow” in memoriam Dr. Gary North

    “Tomorrow” in memoriam Dr. Gary North


    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...

    I help Christians discover their calling in God’s Kingdom so that they may lead purpose-filled lives with victory, hope, and abundance.

    About Me

    Father Steve Macias is an Anglican priest in the Reformed Episcopal Church (ACNA). He is the Headmaster of Canterbury School and Rector of Saint Paul’s Anglican Church. He is married to Sarah and the father to Athanasius, Anselm, Assumpta, Basil and Zoe. His professional work consulting with political campaigns, leading nonprofit organizations, and in the California State Capitol has been recognized by The Los Angeles Times, National Review Magazine, Our Sunday Visitor, The Chalcedon Foundation, and numerous online and print publications. You can reach him on twitter @stevemacias.