The word “Anglican” means that we trace the beginnings of our church to the Church of England, through the Reformation of the 16th Century, all the way back to the earliest English-speaking Christians. The Anglican Way is a way of being a Christian that is based–first and foremost–on the Bible and the patterns of worship recorded there.
Our Macedonian call is slowly unfolding as we live and work in London. H has been leading St. Barnabas Church Kensington through a transition as their Vicar of 13 years has stepped down. He has repeated a Leadership Development course with two large groups of committed lay leaders that proved to be radically life changing … [Read more…]
Key quote: “God is not solitude, but perfect communion. For this reason the human person, the image of God, realizes himself or herself in love, which is a sincere gift of self.” – Pope Benedict XVI Here’s the manuscript I preached from this week. As always, there were plenty of in-the-moment changes. Here’s the audio recording. … [Read more…]