For Christians God is understood and known as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
But because Christianity is about relationship and community, the best way to find out about faith and prayer, to raise questions and to get help, is to meet some Christians. The Church of England is just one of the Christian churches in this country. We seek to work alongside other Christian churches and denominations as closely as we can.
You can also learn more about God as he is in Jesus by reading the Bible - why not start with the Gospel of Mark in the New Testament?
The Church of England is made up of communities of Christians in every corner of the land.
Most of these communities can be found via the parish church buildings in every city, town and in almost every village.
Many Anglicans now meet in and through smaller groups, relating to networks of people in our fast-changing society. Or they seek to serve particular groups of people and to find their Christian identity alongside them. Other Anglicans are committed to traditional religious communities, whether as monks and nuns or as people associated with those communities.
To find a local contact where you live, visit our Find a Church area.
© The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2004