All Souls will join our partnered gospel churches in our Community Freedom Celebration on Sunday, May 27th (Memorial Day Sunday) at 11:00 am at Edgeware Rd. & Oak St., Audubon (opposite Audubon High School). During our worship, we will honor local heroes with the Community Spirit Award. The special guest speaker is Gary Cobb, former … [Read more…]
All Souls will welcome Rev. Danny Hyde to the pulpit on Sunday, 29 April at 4:00PM. Rev. Daniel Hyde is the pastor of Oceanside United Reformed Church in Southern CA. Pastor Danny, as he’s known, is a seminary professor, chief editor of the Alliance’s Meet the Puritans, as well as the author and editor of … [Read more…]
To the Faithful of the GAFCON movement and friends from Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria and Chairman, the GAFCON Primates Council. My dear people of God, “Lift up your voice with strength, O Jerusalem, herald of good news; lift it up, fear not.” (Isaiah 40:9). Last week I was in Chicago … [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…]
Corner of South Park Avenue & Hillside Avenue, Haddon Heights, 08035. Our joint worship will replace our 4:00 pm Evensong During our worship, we will honor local heroes with the Community Spirit Award. Special guest speaker is Austin Gutwein.
All Souls will join our partnered gospel churches in our Community Freedom Celebration on Sunday, May 28th (Memorial Day Sunday) at 11:00 am in the Dell at Haddon Lake Park, Haddon Heights (corner of South Park Avenue & Hillside Avenue). During our worship, we will honor local heroes with the Community Spirit Award. Special guest … [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…]
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…]