The Church of England was founded by King Henry VIII in the 16th century after he broke away from the Roman Catholic Church due to his failed attempt to divorce his wife. As we explained in great detail in a previous article, the Church of England has devolved into a cesspool of progressivism, which is a trend observed in many Western Christian denominations, influenced by the Enlightenment, secularism, and progressive political movements.
This shift has led to a departure from its conservative biblical roots and a gradual but complete abandonment of the gospel. The Church has increasingly prioritized left-wing social activism and political engagement and is seen as a generally liberal and progressive institution today.
This shift is a warning sign of impending apostasy, as it represents a departure from the core teachings and values of the Christian faith, and it is not unique to the Anglican Church but is being observed in many other mainline Protestant denominations. But as we watch the decline of the greater universal professing Church, it’s difficult to swallow that such historic, iconic churches are now turning into nothing more than breeding grounds for vipers.
St. James’s Church, Piccadilly is an Anglican Church located in the West End of London. The church was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and consecrated in 1684. St. James Piccadilly is considered to be one of the finest examples of Wren’s work, and it is known for its Baroque architecture.
St. James Piccadilly has become known for its pro-homosexual agenda and “inclusive” worship and local queer propaganda arm. The church regularly hosts a variety of events, including concerts, exhibitions, and lectures, and it has a strong commitment to Marxism, social justice, and queer theology.
Recently, the church hosted a gaggle of men dressed like women to promote its rotten sexual agenda and to normalize queerdom in the Church. And, I’m sure, England has its own “David Frenches” over there praising this garbage as a “blessing of liberty”—but liberty is something England lost a long time ago.