Join others in the All Souls community to meditate together upon John, chapter 6. This will be a time to water our souls with God’s Word and feast upon the Spirit of God in the intimate environment of a monastic retreat house. This retreat will feature an evening and day of silence as well as […]
February 11th saw the ordinations of Sam Wilgus and Joseph Calandra, Jr. to the Sacred Order of Deacons and Rev. Alan Heatherington to the Sacred Order of Priests. All Souls Anglican Church was full to overflowing with guests witnessing and celebrating this wonderful event including a large choir of members of the Chicago Master Singers.
Prop us up on our leanin’ side Someone sent this to me in an email some time ago, and I wanted to share it. “I heard of an old deacon who always prayed: ‘Lord, prop us up on our leanin’ side’. After hearing him pray that prayer many times, someone asked him why he prayed […]
Queridos hermanos y hermanas, PAX! Saludos en esta estación de Cuaresma 2017 Cada año la Iglesia nos invita a meditar en la pasión, muerte y resurrección de nuestro Señor Jesucristo, a meditar con la actitud que nos propone el Salmo 51.17, “con un corazón contrito y humillado, el cual Dios no despreciará.” La Cuaresma es […]
Dear brothers and sisters, PAX! Greetings on this Lenten season 2017. Each year the Church invites us to meditate on the passion, death, and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ with the attitude proposed by Psalm 51:17, to meditate “with a broken and contrite heart, which God will not despise”. Lent is also a time […]
We are blessed at St. John’s to have a thriving community with many new members. Our goal is to continue to create a connected family of support and friendship. With the new year, we have an exciting opportunity for fellowship. Elisha Freiburg is heading up a new ministry for adults called “Dinner for 8”. Dinner […]
On Saturday night, January 21st there was a Unity Service at Trinity Presbyterian Church sponsored by the Bartonville Ministerial Association.The service called for repentance from the things that divide us as Christians. Each “thing” that divides us is like a stone. So, there was a stone for lack of love, hate and contempt, false accusation, […]