Anglican Faith

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Anglican Faith

The Bible and Believing

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The Bible and Believing

Grace & the Great Commission

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Grace & the Great Commission

Worship at St. John’s

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Worship at St. John's

Parish Life

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Latest Post from Fr. Klein

Ashes to ashes….

The cross of ashes, traced upon the forehead of each Christian, is not only a reminder of death but inevitably (though tacitly) a pledge of resurrection. The ashes of a Christian are no longer mere ashes. The body of a Christian is a temple of the Holy Ghost, and though it is fated to see death, it … [Read More...]

The Great Litany

On the first Sunday of Lent, Feb 14th at St. John’s we will pray the “Great Litany.” For 472 years Anglicans have prayed with deep faith this litany during penitential times and in times of discernment, distress, war and disaster.  The Great Litany (BCP: 148-53) was written by Archbishop Thomas … [Read More...]

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