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…]
OUR NEXT SERMON SERIES will be Genesis 1-11. Genesis 1-11 contains some of the most familiar and most controversial narratives of the Bible as so many pour their presuppositions upon it, thereby twisting the meaning and significance of the text for believers. We should not sheepishly abandon or ignore Genesis but reclaim it as the Christian … [Read more…]
All Souls Anglican adjourns its normal 4:00 pm on October 28th to join our fellow reformed churches at 6:00 pm to remember God’s gracious providence displayed during the Protestant Reformation of the 15th and 16th Centuries at the 501st anniversary of the Reformation. The sermon will be given by Rev. William Shishko, Regional Home Missionary of … [Read more…]
All Souls Anglican adjourns its normal 4:00 pm on October 29th to join our fellow reformed churches at 6:00 pm to remember God’s gracious providence displayed during the Protestant Reformation of the 15th and 16th Centuries at the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The sermon will be given by our rector, the Rev. Canon … [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.
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…]