Articles from August 2010
In July, sixteen ADV members from Potomac Falls Anglican Church and Church of the Word set out on a week-long mission trip to the Dominican Republic. Organized through Orphanage Outreach, the trip gave them the opportunity to stay on the grounds of a boys’ orphanage in a town called Jaibon. Liz McCaslin, youth director at Church of the Word, and Amanda Holz, volunteer youth leader at Potomac Falls Anglican Church share their experience below.
The Anglican Mission of Southern Maryland (AMOSM) recently moved from its old worship location at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center in California, Md., into its new location at 41695 Fenwick Street, Leonardtown, Md.
For some years now, we have been praying that God would bless us with children at St. Stephen's. He has been answering our prayer in wonderful ways. If you were there on Youth Sunday to hear our graduating seniors, you will know how God has prepared their hearts to face adulthood as disciples of Jesus Christ.
CANA concluded its Annual Council meeting on Saturday, July 24 in Herndon, Va., with an ordination ceremony for three new chaplains. Attendees also voted to recognize and affirm the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes and the Anglican Diocese of the South, both part of the Anglican Church in North America, as well as to support the "Anglican 1000" church planting movement.
The Rev. Neal Brown and St. Margaret's Anglican Church hosted the first ADV Anglican Fourth Day (A4D) Ultreya on Saturday, July 10.
"A few months ago our car died just as were in the middle of a very difficult financial situation. We were stranded--not able to even get to work--and had no way of paying for car repairs. Several people at Truro told us we should talk to Roger Penn who is in charge of The Car Ministry...