A Christmas Day Message from our bishop Julian Dobbs, Bishop of the Missionary Diocese of CANA East.
As the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation draws near, Archbishop of Sydney Glenn Davies preaches a sermon at The 1552 Book of Common Prayer: Morning Prayer Service as part of Moore College’s Reformation rally held at St Andrew’s Cathedral in August 2017.
Here’s Rev. Dr. Lee Gatiss important lecture on the Archbishop of Canterbury Edmund Grindal and the centrality of preaching within Anglicanism. Dr. Gatiss delivered this talk at this year’s Cana East Synod at Good Shepherd, Binghamton NY. The handout is included by clicking on the link. You can find his first lecture by scrolling down … [Read more…]
The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) Assembly met in Wheaton, IL this past week. The week began with a meeting of the College of Bishops and concluded with the consecration of Bishop Andy Lines (GAFCON [Global Anglican Future Conference] Missionary Bishop for Europe). What makes this a powerful consecration is that Lines has been commissioned … [Read more…]
Our annual diocesan synod of CANA East heard two plenary addresses from Lee Gatiss, Director of the Church Society in the Church of England. In the first of the two on Thomas Cranmer and the Lord’s Supper, Lee asked the question, “Why was the Lord’s Supper such an important issue that men and women were … [Read more…]
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…]
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…]