An announcement from Fr. Bill Dopp...
Just a note to announce that my new book, "Is There Hope for the Christian Faith?" is out. The answer to the question is yes! Read the book to see why I say that. Copies will soon be available through Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Author House Publishing or my new website, williamfloyddopp.com. I hope you get a chance to look at this book. It has been my work for the past three years. I hope it stimulates conversation. Info is available on my website.
Have a most blessed Christmas.
Peace, Bill Dopp
Trinity Concerts, a ministry of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Ocean Beach, is presenting “A Celtic Christmas” on Friday evening, December 18 at 7:30 pm. The concert, featuring Eric Rigler (uilleann pipes & whistles) and Dirk Freymuth (guitar), will feature music from the Christmas repertoire, as well as ancient and soulful Irish melodies, barn-burning jigs and reels, and themes from Eric’s film and television work. The duo will be accompanied by Wanda Law on Irish fiddle to produce a moving holiday musical experience. (read more...)
The next in the ongoing series of Anglican Studies courses being offered at Bethel Seminary is scheduled to start in February. The course, entitled Anglican Spirituality, will be taught by The Rev. David Montzingo, D.Min., and The Rev. Caleb Hummel, M.Div. The course will acquaint students with the theology and practices of the several streams of Christian spirituality – the English reformation, the Caroline divines, the Evangelical awakening, the Catholic revival, and the Charismatic renewal – all of which contribute to a distinctive Anglican spiritual life based on the Bible, the Book of Common Prayer, the sacraments, and the gifts of the Holy Spirit. (read more...)
Anyone who is interested in campus ministry is invited to attend an upcoming presentation entitled “A conversation about reaching college campuses around us” with The Rev. Canon William Beasley. The discussion will be held on Saturday, December 5, from 9:30-1:30, at Branches of the Cross Anglican Church in Vista.
This discussion is open to anyone who is interested in campus ministry. It is sponsored by the Diocese of Western Anglicans (Anglican Church in North America). (read more...)
Anglican Church of the Resurrection in San Marcos has an upcoming job opening for a keyboard accompanist to provide music for worship services on Sundays and other special days as well as accompanying the choir during rehearsals. They are looking for a proficient keyboard musician who has had experience with church services, although a music degree is not required. Additional information can be obtained from the attached job description, by calling the Rector, Fr. Bill Gandenberger, at (760) 331-9865, or via email to [email protected]. References are required.