- This sermon by Revd Fr Paul K. Hubbard was dedicated to the Glory of God and to the ministry of our newly consecrated bishops, The Most Revd T. Creighton Jones and The Rt Revd Thomas E. Gordon. The Collect. LORD of all power and might, who art the author and giver of all good things;… [Continue Reading]
A Sermon preached by The Very Revd Canon Thomas Gordon (Pictured at the altar), St. Philips Anglican Church, Charlotte, NC. “I recently attended a lecture on Art and Ethics at a local Evangelical Church, the lecture was given by a gentleman from a local Evangelical Seminary. You know, when people start getting their toes stepped… [Continue Reading]
An article written by an OAC layman about why the OAC is the church for the 21st C. Christian. “Parish ministry is every day. Parish ministry is ups and downs. Parish ministry is cradle to grave. Parish ministry is feeding the sheep. After three years of walking, eating, and working with Jesus, the disciples had to… [Continue Reading]
An essay written by Revd Father Paul K. Hubbard (pictured), rector of St. Timothy’s Anglican Church in Poquoson, Virginia. “At creation the spirit brooded over the formlessness of chaos – not that chaos was good or bad – it was just without form. Likewise, we are created as a hybrid of dirt and spirit. The… [Continue Reading]
Adapted from a sermon preached by Archbishop Scott E. McLaughlin (Ret.). “In an era of denominational distinctives, it is common for someone to say, ‘what kind of Anglican are you?’ One way of approaching such self-definition is from within our own tradition. We could discuss Orthodox Anglicanism as the great Via Media, the “middle way”… [Continue Reading]
Where in the World?
United States of America: The Orthodox Anglican Church (USA) Bishop-elect: The Revd Canon T. Creighton Jones For more information: The Office of the … [Read more]