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The All Souls December Prayer Letter is up. Please pray for our church and our mission. You can see our letter by clicking HERE. Consider subscribing to our letter to receive it in your Inbox each month. You can sign-up for our letter by clicking the tab, Email Newsletter on our website.
We gather together at 8:00 PM for a candlelight Christmas Eve Holy Communion with sung carols and a biblically faithful sermon. In an era of rapidity, of speedily sung carol services with fewer and fewer Scripture readings, All Souls stands out. The reason is simple. Christmas is not kept for our convenience but kept in thanksgiving of our … [Read more…]
All Souls Sermon Podcast has reached 35,000 plays since our plant’s first service in February 2014. The podcast is listen to all over the world. The most played sermon is Come, Let Us Worship with 261 plays. It was the first sermon in an Advent sermon series on the Psalms, Psalm 95 on November 27, 2016. Every Lord’s Day … [Read more…]
All Souls has a new seasonal sign. Our hosts Covenant Presbyterian have graciously given permission to include it in their rotation of signs. It is much larger than our permanent sign and can be seen at a distance by the thousands of cars that pass on the southbound side of the King’s Highway. Give THANKS … [Read more…]
A HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO YOU! Sunday, Christmas Eve: We will join with our hosts Covenant Presbyterian’s on Sunday evening 24 December for a united Candlelight Lessons and Carols at 6:00 pm. Christmas Day: Our observance is transferred to 31 December, The Sunday after Christmas Day, at 4:00 pm with the Lord’s Supper, a Christmas sermon, … [Read more…]
The Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) is a conference of orthodox Anglican bishops and leaders. First held in 2008 in Jerusalem, the conference launched the global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans and marked a turning point in the Anglican Communion. Last month our rector was asked to write a column on the necessity of expository preaching. … [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…]