The Anglican Mission

The Anglican Mission


Please, my name is David K. Brigham, I live in Houston,TX. My Reason for this post is that Reconciliation Anglican Church here in Houston TX .is being kicked of their church and the Anglican Churches here in Houston. said that they cant them because they have problems of their own. They reached out to me and I'm reaching out to the Anglican Church their behalf. The Anglican church mission is surly not so broken so badly that they as a church family would allow such a thing to happen. I'm not an Anglican,but I learned about from Canon Dr. Simon Omeke, Rector of this church and God has touch me to help them. Please help them to continue their ministry of helping to feed the hungry and clothe the poor here in Houston, TX. The enemy wants to stop them. and mess up their work for God and the Anglican Church Ministry they're doing here in Houston TX. They don't need help tomorrow, they need help today, NOW !!!! Please don't let this small ministry bite the dust, this shows me the there's a lack of unity in the Anglican church community. I'm not Anglican but I do Love GOD and do not want to see his work fail for this ministry. Is there any one out here that has a heart for the work of God or will just turn their back on this small Anglican Church, please judge yourself before God judges you. This call to action, I plead the Blood Of Jesus over. Is there any one to answer? May God Bless the doers of his word, Amen
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Responding to the call of God to join him on mission, rooted in the historic tradition of Celtic mission, partnered together through a society of mission.

The Anglican Mission in the Americas (The Mission) exists to raise, release and support leaders and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in North America. Rooted in the Celtic missionary tradition and nourished by the three streams of Scripture, the Sacramental Life and the Holy Spirit, The Mission has catalyzed over 200 church plants since its establishment in 2000. Through a culture of creativity, flexibility, boldness, learning and leadership, The Mission is committed and poised to build on its rich history. We invite you to join this movement of rising, loving and leading with Christ in North America.

Mission: The Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) raises up, releases and supports leaders, church planters and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in the United States.

This week's collect, from the Book of Common prayer.

Engaging the Next Generation: Recommended Resources for Children’s Ministry

What resources are you finding helpful for virtual or at-home children's ministry? By Lyn Baker, Director of Family Ministry at All Saints Dallas Effectively working with children and families requires an understanding of the stages of child development and family dynamics, as well as of the essentials of the faith. The following resources may provide some helpful ideas for where

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Keys to Not Growing Weary
Daily Vlog- April 22, 2020

Zoom Church: Five Tips for Engaging Young Children in Worship at Home

Helping children celebrate the Lord's Day when attending church isn't possible can be a challenge. These tips from Anglican Compass can help. For the past three Sundays, we’ve joined Christians around the world in worshipping from our living rooms. As a mom of three children under five, it’s heartbreaking to see their disappointment at not being able to go to church. They miss church. Of course they miss it—so do I! On Palm Sunday, ...

Today's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

Join Gathering Midtown in looking at signs of spiritual maturity in the book of James.

Have you ever studied James? This looks a bit like the Old Testament book of Proverbs! It has a consistent focus on practical action in the life of faith, encouraging God’s people to ACT like God’s people.

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Almighty God, who gave your only Son to die for our sins and rise for our justification: Give us grace so to put away the leaves of malice and wickedness, that we may always serve you in purity of life; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.
Rev. Chris reads today’s collect and reminds us of the imperative combination of both the death and then resurrection in our faith.

Engaging the Next Generation: Recommended Resources for Children’s Ministry

Ministry to children at home is more vital than ever! These resources suggested by Lyn Baker, Director of Family Ministry at All Saints Dallas, are helpful tools for parents as well as those involved in formal children's ministry. By Lyn Baker, Director of Family Ministry at All Saints Dallas Effectively working with children and families requires an understanding of the stages of child development and family dynamics, as well as of the essentials of the faith. The following resources may provide some helpful ideas for where

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Our own Liturgical Folk was featured in The Living Church podcast! Listen in on their morning prayer time.

New Podcast Episode: Praying at home with kids? So is this family. Listen to how they do it, and enjoy the folksy music they've written for the occasion.

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God bestows lovingkindness on us like a crown so we can share it with others. David Larlee of All Saints Dallas challenges us to wear and share this lovingkindness today.

A Crown of Loving-Kindness
Daily Vlog- April 14, 2020

Easter and the Overthrow of Evil

"Easter celebration is not like a bottle rocket that shoots with a squirt and fizzles fast. Instead, Easter is a cosmic eruption that blasts through death and into eternity." Read more: By Ron McCrary One Astonishing Motion by Our God: The Cross and Resurrection Our Easter celebration really begins with Good Friday: Jesus' victory on the cross that defeated Satan and the spiritual forces of evil, and his triumphant resurrection on the third day. Easter and the cross are

Today's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

"Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen." Luke 24:5b-6a

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Rev. Chris reads the collect for Holy Saturday as we wait in expectation with Jesus for the Resurrection and the newness of life. .

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Take a moment to be still. Listen with us, meditate on the words, and hear the blessing of God’s heart - He loves us! This is why we have an Easter.

Silent Saturday

"While the disciples huddled in fear and grief, wondering what to do next, while the women rested in sorrow, waiting to complete their tender oblations, their God was busy loading His majestic glory into the chamber." Read more from Carol Dowsett of All Saints Dallas: By Carol Dowsett, a Bible study teacher, intercessor and lay leader at All Saints Dallas "Then they returned and prepared spices and ointments. On the Sabbath they rested according to the commandment." (Luke 23:56 ESV) It is the day slid between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Not much

Stations of the Cross

How are you observing this Good Friday? Consider an online journey through the Stations of the Cross, presented by The Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others: C4SO. “Pain and suffering have come into your life, but remember pain, sorrow, suffering are but the kiss of Jesus – a sign that you have come so close to Him that He can kiss you.” – Mother Teresa of Kolkata “Mount Calvary is the mount of lovers. All love that does

"All we like sheep have gone astray;
we have turned—every one—to his own way;
and the Lord has laid on him
the iniquity of us all."
Isaiah 53:6

Good Friday: The Bizarre Mission of Surrender

In the garden, Jesus anticipated the wrath of God, and on the cross He fully experienced it so that you and I don’t have to. Read more: By Robert+ Cook, Rector of St. Andrews Church, Little Rock, AR When I think of Good Friday, the word that most clearly comes to mind is surrender. I hear the echo of Jesus’ words as He prayed this most intimate prayer to His Father: “Abba, Father! All things

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Even in our failures, the call to be holy reminds us of Jesus' great love. Mark Daniel Walz of All Saints Dallas shares.

Holiness Teaches Us The Gospel
Daily Vlog- April 8, 2020

Holy Week at Home - The Trinity Mission

Great ideas for observing Holy Week at home from The Trinity Mission Projects, activities, and liturgies for celebrating Holy Week at home during a time of quarantine.

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A Collect For the Care of Children

Almighty God, heavenly Father, you have blessed us with the joy and care of children: Give us calm strength and patient wisdom as we bring them up, that we may teach them to love whatever is just and true and good, following the example of our Savior Jesus Christ. Amen.

“Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord! Peace in heaven and glory in the highest!” Luke 19:38

Online Worship Ideas for Holy Week & Easter (Webinar Recording)

Could your church use some creative ideas for worship this week? Check out this video from Anglican Compass. Earlier this week, the Evergreen Project hosted a panel of Rectors from Anglican churches in the US and Canada to talk about how they are navigating online worship and plans for this coming Holy Week & Easter. The webinar began with greetings from Archbishop Foley Beach who prayed for our Rectors an...

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Memorizing Scripture helps it become a part of us, ready to comfort our souls when we need it. Today, our Lead Bishop, Philip Jones, leads us through memorizing Psalm 23.

Psalm 23
Daily Vlog- April 2, 2020

The Church is Not Closed

An excellent reminder from Anglican Compass: Church looks different in these days, but the Church isn't closed or inactive. Churches all over the world are not holding public gatherings, and are moving their ministries to online or one-on-one ministry. They do this as an act of love, not out of fear. But we are not closed; we are more active than ever. Fear is understandable, and we should take this virus seriously. But....

An excellent suggestion from All Saints Anglican Church Newport/Morehead City, NC! How are you cultivating gratitude in this season?

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This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

Welcome! You are invited to join our living room special with SING IN MUSIC FESTIVALS hosted with Zoom webinars. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Catch Liturgical Folk and other great musical artists at one of these live Saturday Sing Ins! So we can listen together, while we are apart. Line-up of artists sharing songs and stories with you, from their homes. ALL EDT 8:00 @yellowhammerhymns Yellowhammer Hymns (Andy Zipf) 8:15 @rachelwilhelmmusic Rachel Wilhelm 8:30 @paulzachmusic Paul Zach 8:45 @mamatothemax Jordan Ware 9:00 @wendellkmu...

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Our Morning Prayer Service is available on our website! Worship with us this morning:

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In times like this, when "the norm" is stripped away, we can more clearly see what we truly treasure. Where is your treasure found today?

Where is the Treasure?
Daily Vlog- March 27, 2020

How to Develop Sacred Space through Online Streaming

From Anglican Compass, practical insight into creating sacred space in virtual environments. Most of us are trying to get our feet under us as we figure out how to hold services online during this time. There’s no shortage of advice on what programs to use and what equipment you need. But in the midst of this scramble for information, we must take a moment to consider what

[03/25/20]   Mark+ Walz of All Saints Dallas challenges us to think about how we can love and help our neighbors in this time.

Quarantunes Worship Mix - alpha 2020, a playlist by David Larlee on Spotify

Music can play a powerful role in fixing our minds on Christ and orienting our hearts toward him. Check out this "Quarentunes" mix of worship songs, compiled by David Larleee of All Saints Dallas! A playlist featuring Rend Collective, Phatfish, Bethel Music, and others

This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

Sermons Archive | St. Andrew's Anglican Church

During this season when so many of us can't meet with our church communities, don't forget that you can listen to sermons both new and old online from many AMiA churches--like this message from St. Andrew's Church.

On Fasting in Lent

"Fasting is never easy and can be quite frustrating. But the promise is that it will give us more of Christ and that it will form us more and more into his image." - Lucas Damoff of All Saints Dallas By Lucas Damoff, member of All Saints Dallas Christian discipline is the practice of tangibly inviting the Holy Spirit to change us further and further into the image of Jesus Christ. Fasting is one of many powerful ways we can do this. For centuries Christians have taken the

All Saints Dallas (Lent), a playlist by Ryan Flanigan on Spotify

For many of us, this Lenten season provides extra opportunities to listen to music that prepares our hearts. What are you listening to this Lent? Songs we've sung in worship at All Saints Dallas during Lent 2020 (so far)

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Even in the most difficult time of his life, Jesus cared more about his friends than himself. Mark Walz+ of All Saints Dallas shares how Jesus is the best friend we could ever have.

Daily Vlog- March 21, 2020

Join All Saints Dallas for morning prayer, including a meditation on Psalm 91.

Our recording of Morning Prayer is live! Click the link below to worship with us. Many thanks to our dedicated clergy and staff for making this happen! Peace be with you.

An excellent suggestion from Grace Northridge Church

"Love each other. Just as I have loved you, you should love each other. Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.” - John 13:34-35

Lean into Hope

Hope is a joyful expectation that good will come because God is good. David Larlee shares hope to learn into hope, even in this challenging time, in All Saints Dallas' daily vlog:

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Spiritual Rhythms for Quarantine

What do spiritual rhythms look like when the rhythms of our lives are upended? Practical tips from The Common Rule: Your household is at an incredible moment.

Serve One Another in Love

In this brief video, David Larlee of All Saints Dallas shares how the present is an excellent opportunity to serve others in love. For you were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.Galatian 5:13

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The Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) Welcomes You

We are an Anglican Society of Mission & Apostolic Works. Our mission is to raise up, release and support three-stream Anglican leaders, planters and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in the United States.

Built upon the common tradition of Anglican liturgical worship and the three streams of Scripture, Sacrament and Spirit, and influenced by the history of the Celtic missionaries, we are connected to the Anglican Communion and the worldwide community of missionaries through the care of the College of Consultors and our Global Partners.

We invite you to join us in the raising up of new leaders who live in the love of God, minister in the peace of Christ and serve in the power of the Holy Spirit.

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