Consideration of New Worship Location

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us We have been worshipping at St Vitus Kerk since December last year.  Currently they are undergoing renovations which will last until May.  We have been wondering about the possibility of another location with greater flexibility and the Seventh Day Adventist Church has been approached and they have offered…

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The Mind’s Road to God

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Blessed is the man whose help is from Thee.  In his heart he hath disposed to ascend by steps, in the vale of tears, in the place which he hath set [Ps 84:6]. Since beatitude is nothing else than the fruition of the highest good, and the highest…

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The Transfiguration

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us The Transfiguration of Jesus on the holy mountain is a glimpse of how we can be taken up into God, how God will dwell in us, and fill us with His glory – as our souls are made ready.  It is the vision of what is called our…

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The Ascension of Christ

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us The Ascension is all about spiritual birth.  Jesus takes humanity – his humanity and ours – and transforms it, elevates it, endows it with new spiritual life.  As an ancient hymn puts it: Yea, angels tremble when they see How changed is our humanity; That flesh hath purged…

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The Anglican Church

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Our History Often we hear from visitors that it is Henry VIII who started the Anglican church.  But the history of our Church is just a little more complex! The Church of England is ancient – it was established in England in the 2nd century when the Romans…

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Anglican Sacramentalism

The Biblical and Patristic Foundations of Anglican Sacramentalism as Understood by the English Reformers   Robert D. Crouse   “Sacraments, by reason of their mixed nature, are more diversely interpreted and disputed of than any other part of religion besides…”.  So pronounces Richard Hooker, in the course of his lengthy discussion of Sacraments in Book…

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