The visitor departs with a sense that this is a congregation where liturgy and ecclesiology will appeal to traditional Anglo-Catholics, and where the emphasis on personal bible reading, outreach, church planting, and mission will appeal to evangelicals. And it is these positive values, not any sense of alienation from the Episcopal Church, that give St. George’s its Christian identity. The visitor hears no echoes at all of the denunciations in the Affirmation of St. Louis. It is as if the APCK, like the Methodist Church, has only the palest memory of its controversial origins. Indeed, the visitor discovers that many, perhaps the majority, at St. George’s have never belonged to an Episcopal church, and he finds that no one at St. George’s speaks to him about the Episcopal Church unless asked. If the visitor had ever suspected that continuing Anglicans might be bitter, aging ex-Episcopalians, his experience at St. George’s would persuade him entirely otherwise.