Come and worship as we begin Lent with the imposition of ashes and Holy Eucharist. We will have services on Wednesday, February 27, at 12pm and 6pm. Childcare will be provided at 6pm. For more information about what to expect when visiting Apostles, see this page.
Last Sunday I delivered a sermon on the Kingdom of God in a divisive age, focusing on the threefold ministry of Jesus as our Prophet, Priest, and King. Towards the end of the sermon, I shared the thoughts of Romano Guardini who envisioned in 1956 that the modern world would experience a collapse of what […]
Readings Matthew 5.13-20 Note: If you would like a PDF version of this sermon, you may download the file here. If you would like to listen to the audio version, you may find it here. In 1905 a London newspaper hired G.K. Chesterton to write a weekly column. His editors said he could write on any […]
Anglican worship is rich with symbols and meanings, and it helps to know the source of these symbols. Our liturgy, our church building, our altar all tell a story–the story of redemption. The Scriptures are the root system for all the words, symbols, and actions of Anglican worship. We set apart one Sunday to explain […]
Mary Consoles Eve by Rev. Jack King December 20, Sunday – Psalms 24, 29, 8, 84; Gen. 3:8–15; Rev. 12:1–10; John 3:16–21 (ESV Daily Office Readings Online) Eve and Mary will be united forever. After the Fall, in the moment of Eve’s shame and the announcement of the curse she would bear, Eve could not […]
This Sunday, the Reverend Jack King read a pastoral letter to Apostles regarding the recent Supreme Court decision and the civil redefinition of marriage. You may read his letter here (Jack’s Pastoral Letter on Supreme Court Decision). Please also take time to read the statements and call to prayer from the ACNA Council of Bishops. […]