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This blog contains the thoughts of those serving on the pastoral staff of Grace Anglican Church. We are an Anglican church following Jesus and trying our best to obey his commands, especially the Great Commission (Mat. 28:18-20) and the Great Commandments (Mat. 22:37-40).

 

Palm Sunday Updates

Dear Grace Anglican Church, I love you and I am praying for you! I am thankful that so many people are taking advantage of the online worship services we've been broadcasting over Facebook Live. Technology can be an amazing tool for God's kingdom. This is a confusing time with seemingly constant changes in mandated protocols.Above all, I care that you remain safe and...

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Sunday Service Changes During Coronavirus

Please make plans to participate in prayer and worship from your homes this Sunday, March 22nd and next Sunday, March 29th.We will again live stream a Sunday service of morning prayer on our Facebook page at 9 AM. In an effort to protect the most vulnerable among our community and to adhereto governmentrestrictions, I am asking you to please stay home this Sunday and worsh...

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Book of Common Prayer 2019 Teachings

New Book of Common Prayer Teachings The BCP is short for the Book of Common Prayer. Note that the book itself is not common, but rather the prayer. Anglican worship has been defined by common prayer and the BCP its defining characteristic. The beliefs of the Anglican church are found within the language of our worship. We are able to believe and pray in common because of ...

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Funding Our First Church Plant

Significanceof Church Planting

Dear Grace Anglican Church, I'm looking for individuals and households who are willing to make a financial sacrifice to see God's kingdom advance in another part of our city. I'm certain that many of you have heard me and others say that God is a missionary God and he sends his church on mission. You will likely be familiar with these words of Jesus: "Follow me and I wil...

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Our First Church Planter

Significanceof Church Planting

This Sunday we welcome back Lenny Konschewitz as our preacher at all three services. He has preached here in the past, but this Sunday is particularly special. Lenny has accepted a call to come as our first church planter starting in January 2020. This announcement is the result of much discussion, prayer and discernment going back to his last visit in January of this year...

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Reaffirmation of Faith

A Public Reaffirmation of Faith For Adults I recently heard the testimony of a woman describing how, in her late twenties, she and her husband changed from being nominal church attenders to people of active faith in God.They had been baptized as children, raised in the church and confirmed at the standard age. They even made a habit of church attendance together, but real...

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Advent: Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room

Advent Art

Advent: Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room Can you hear the voice of one crying in the wilderness, "Prepare the way of the Lord; make his paths straight"? The holidays can be a crowded and bustling season filled with to-do lists, parties, traditions, and travel. All of these are good things. But the central figure of Advent, John the Baptist, calls us to do one thing- pre...

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Mission Trip to Serve at Christar Conference in Spain

Dear Grace Anglican Church, We (Sam Garrison, Patti Millican, Dave Garmus, Dan Wolf) have been in Spain for a week now and we are finally getting a chance to blog about our experience thus far serving at the Christar Conference in Malaga, Spain. There is so much to share, but we wanted to share with you all five things that God has been up to here during our time here. ...

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Idolatry: Making Good Things The Ultimate Thing

As we transition to a new preaching focus, our Archbishop has asked me to resume using the lectionary to select our Sunday readings. I'm glad to do so because it is rich in content and will give us much to consider concerning God's grace to us. We'll take the appointed readings from Luke's gospel as our focus. Specifically, we'll be considering how and why we must not ...

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Summer Sermon Series- GENESIS: The Gospel According to Abraham

The Bible is an epic story. Consider its literary sources and diversity: The Bible was written over a span of 2000 years. It has 40 different authors. It was written from three different continents. Its original texts are written in three different languages (Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek). Its authors range from kings to shepherds, generals to tax collectors, prop...

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