The Bishop's Letters
Articles filed under "Rector"
It is incomprehensible to me what ministry would be like without my wife. We are partners together for the Lord and he has always called the both of us.
The Rev. Andy Morgan began his new ministry as Rector of Christ The Saviour Anglican Church on Sunday September 25th 2011. Andy is originally from London, England and spent 7 years working at Lloyds Bank. Having been involved with a Church plant in North London, Andy left the Bank in 1994 and entered seminary (Oak Hill Theological College in North London). Graduating in 1997, Andy has served as a Youth Minister in an Anglican Church as well as Operations Director for a Christian Ministry.
This week in England, there are celebrations of the 400 years of the KJV, and the entire Bible, word for word, is being read aloud, in public, in Ye Old Towne of Bath, England. To read more, go to http://www.kingjamesbibletrust.org/
For families, when you start having children, it’s a time when you get plugged back into church because you want them to be raised with Christian roots. For me what’s exciting is that I get to see parents that are coming in with little kids that are struggling, they’re trying to make right decisions and I can say, “Hey man, I know exactly how you feel. I’ve been there, lived it, let me tell you what I did.”
Begun in a home, the church met for four years at “Rainbow Hill,” the former home of General Douglas MacArthur. In November 2009, the parish purchased a Methodist church on seven acres of land just north of Baltimore in Lutherville MD.
I was ministered to and discipled by several great clergymen and found myself asking the question since I was 14.... ‘God, are you calling me?’
Christ the King began as a shared dream between me, my wife and the leadership of The Falls Church (TFC).