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Lenten Devotional Booklet from Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church

Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church in Yuma has released a devotional booklet for use during the Lenten season. The rector, Fr. Austin Mansfield, reports that the daily devotional reflections have been prepared and shared by members of the church family at Christ the Redeemer. Each day’s devotion includes a listing of the readings appointed for the day. The devotional booklet also includes a section containing information about the history, spiritual practices, and traditions of Lent, prepared by The Prayer Foundation (http://prayerfoundation.org). A pdf copy of the devotional booklet is attached to this posting.

Bishop Nominating Committee Update

Roger Pelham, Chairman of the Bishop Nominating Committee, has released an update on activities related to the nomination of candidates for the next Bishop of the Diocese of Western Anglicans. In his report he summarized the process for nominating a bishop as spelled out in the church canons, delineated the qualifications for candidates, listed the twelve members of the nominating committee, and presented the current status of their work.

Roger reported that there are currently four candidates in the process of discernment as the next bishop, including:
Fr. Keith Andrews, Living Faith, Tempe, AZ
Fr. Larry Bausch, Holy Trinity, San Diego, CA
Fr. Russell Martin, Christ the King, San Diego, CA
Fr. Jose Poch, St. David’s, Burbank, CA &nbsp&nbsp(read more...)

Branches of the Cross is Newest Member of San Diego Anglicans

The newest Anglican congregation within the San Diego Anglicans geographic area is Branches of the Cross Anglican Church located at 791 Valley Crest Drive, Vista, CA 92084. Branches of the Cross was officially welcomed into full membership in the Diocese of Western Anglicans in January. The rector of the parish is Rev. Tim Laundrie. Sunday services are at 10:30 AM, with additional services throughout the week. &nbsp&nbsp(read more...)

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