Join us as we raise our voices in thanksgiving to our heavenly Father for the third anniversary of our first public service on 16 February 2014. All through the journey to our first service, through deposition and resignations from the Episcopal Church, in legal incorporation the November previous (All Souls Day), through meetings to pray, … [Read more…]
When All Souls Anglican Church began, we made a commitment to dedicate 10% of our gross income to global and local mission and outreach. One way was to participate in a microcredit program, KIVA, lending specifically to women in western Africa. After three years our church plant has passed 160 loans, now at 161. We took our … [Read more…]
All Souls Anglican begins a new expository series on Luke’s gospel on January 1st. Luke’s Gospel is well suited to 21st-century hearers because it is written in a style that appeals to the imagination, deals with people’s lives, is easy to read, and wholly enjoyable. Through his narratives Luke portrays Jesus vividly and makes him accessible … [Read more…]
Christmas Eve: We join with our hosts for Covenant Presbyterian’s Candlelight Lessons and Carols, 6:30 pm. Musical prelude begins at 6:10 pm. Childcare provided. Sunday, Christmas Day: We adjourn on the Lord’s Day to join again with our hosts Covenant Presbyterian for Sunday worship at 10:00 am.
What help does the Bible offer us amidst the challenges of national elections, increasing violence, and global tragedy? In Advent this year, I am releasing a four-part online video teaching series that will study the Old Testament prophecy of Habakkuk. As we look at society in Habakkuk’s time, 600 years before Christ, we find an … [Read more…]
Our November prayer letter was published on Friday. We do hope you will consider All Souls Anglican for your personal prayers that this new mission for the gospel may continue faithful to the gospel. It is easy to subscribe. Just click on this link to the letter.
Our own “Fr. Argo” was interviewed for Anglican TV on Friday, 11 November 2016. Click on this link. Fr. Argo talks about the current situation in Iraq, especial Mosul. He speaks as an eyewitness of what God is doing in the region. And he shows us how to love the last Christians in Iraq. All … [Read more…]
All Souls adjourns its normal 4:00pm Evensong on SUNDAY OCTOBER 30th to join our fellow reformed churches in worhsip at 6:00pm to mark the 499th anniversary of the Reformation. The sermon will be given by Dr. Peter Lilleback, President and Professor of Historical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary.
2016 Institute on Biblical Preaching: October 25-26 Westminster Theological Seminary’s Institute on Biblical Preaching welcomes Rev. David Helm to their conference this year. David Helm is a gifted preacher and author who has a particular passion for equipping others. He serves as the Executive Director of the Charles Simeon Trust. Admission to the event is free, … [Read more…]
Luther 500 Like 2017, the 500th anniversary of the nailing of the Ninety-Five Theses to that infamous door looms, we can expect a deluge of Luther materials. It is going to be the nearest thing to church history heaven on earth for those of us who love the Doc. Almost first out of the blocks, … [Read more…]