Frs. Isaac and Barry are ready for Rose Sunday Texts: Isaiah 66, Galatians 4, John 6 Today is the fourth Sunday in Lent, often called Laetare Sunday, from the Latin word for “Rejoice,” which comes from today’s Introit, a text from Isaiah 66 and Psalm 122: Rejoice ye with Jerusalem: and be ye glad for…

PRESS RELEASE: Messiah in the Passover Demonstration MESSIAH IN THE PASSOVER, a vivid and exciting demonstration showing how Jesus fulfilled the ancient feast of Passover will be held on April 6, 2019 at 2:00pm at All Saints Anglican Church. MESSIAH IN THE PASSOVER will be conducted by Dr. Alan Shore of Chosen People Ministries. Chosen People Ministries is…

This Wednesday we begin the 40 days of Lent, in which we metaphorically go through the desert with Our Lord in preparation for Easter. Lent began as a way for new converts to prepare for Baptism at the Easter Vigil with prayer and fasting. These practices eventually spread to the rest of the Church. Last…

Editor’s note: This is our annual pre-lent post, originally published on our blog on February 12, 2017. It has slightly been edited to reflect our current liturgical customs. – IJR+ This morning we begin Septuagesima, the first of three Sundays in “pre-Lent.” This period from Septuagesima to Shrove Tuesday began as a way for monastic…

Text: Luke 2:22-40, Malachi 3:1-5, Exodus 12, Leviticus 12 Even among those who are cradle Anglicans and have used the traditional Book of Common Prayer for their entire lives, there is a service, just past the halfway point in the book, that most of us have never seen “in the wild,” as it were. This…

Text: John 2:1-11 Today is the third Sunday after Epiphany, and we look at the final event commemorated in the ancient Epiphany celebrations: Jesus’ first miracle at the Wedding of Cana. Last week we talked about one of the most important events in our Christian lives that many of us do not remember: our baptisms….

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