The College of Bishops in the Anglican Church in North America has continued to discuss what women's ministry looks like the broader church. This video shows part of the recent January College meeting where there were three TED-style presentations by women in ministry about what their ministry has looked like.
This last Sunday Bishop Eric was able to go down to Visalia to be part of the dedication of the new property at St. Paul's Anglican Church. St. Paul's lost their property recently, but with a lot of prayer and hard work the people at St. Paul's lead by Fr. Richard James have been able to purchase a plot of land for their church. Please keep Fr. James and all the people of St. Paul's in your prayers.
My dear people of God,
I wish to begin my letter to you this month by giving thanks to Almighty God for his blessing upon those of us who gathered in Dubai recently for our G19 Conference. We enjoyed wonderful fellowship and took counsel together on the theme ‘Serving Christ Faithfully in the Nations’.
Dubai: 25th February – 1st March 2019 Preamble
1. We gathered together as the people of God, under the Word of God and aware of His presence and love for the whole of His creation (Matt 6:25 -29, Rom 8:20-23). Among us were 4 Primates, 31 bishops and archbishops, 44 clergy and 59 lay people from twelve countries.
2. We were grateful that the Global Anglican Future Conference (Gafcon) organised this gathering for Anglicans living in restricted circumstances who were not able to attend G18.