Consider joining us for Sunday worship according to a modernization of the Anglican 1662 Book of Common Prayer. You will find us at: 520 South King’s Highway, Cherry Hill New Jersey 08034 Just look for our sign. Please be advised that All Souls follows the most recent CDC and State of New Jersey recommendations for mask-wearing. … [Read more…]
Due to illness and approaching winter weather making roads hazardous, we’ve returned to worship via Zoom meeting this Sunday, 16 January 2022. Please consider joining us at 4:00PM in Anglican Evening worship according to a modernization of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. You may download the order of worship here: 011622 Evening Prayer If you … [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…]
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.
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…]
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…]