Common Ground – Body Rock 2012

Common Ground at Body Rock 2012 Presented by Consensus Entertainment. Video Coverage by Remixnet Location: The Rock Church San Diego, CA Date: May 26, 2012 ***No Copyright Infringement intended.*** I do not own this music. “Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.”
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Ground Zero Sprituality At Trinity Church Wall Street [VHS]

Ground Zero Sprituality At Trinity Church Wall Street [VHS]

The 9/11 Series:

Trinity Church, long known as the church at the foot of Wall Street, produced these videos in response to the events of September 11, 2001. Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel miraculously survived the attacks, offering solace and relief to the firefighters, police, rescue and recovery workers. From the ashes and rubble of the World Trade Center arose a new interest in spirituality in everyday lives. These videos are ideal for viewing, study and discussion.


A documentary highlighting the stories of the staff of Trinity Church, eyewitnesses to the Twin Tower attacks from their windows just two blocks away. Their fear, shock and trauma provides a basis for spiritual exploration and new theological themes.

List Price: $ 29.95


Author Finds Common Ground between Anglicans and Roman Catholics

Longwood, FL (PRWEB) September 9, 2006

Robert David Redmile is a man on a mission—to assert the catholicity and orthodoxy of traditional Anglican teaching with regard to the ministry and sacraments of the church. His new book, The Apostolic Succession and the Catholic Episcopate in the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada (paperback ISBN 1-60034-516-6 and hardcover ISBN 1-60034-517-4), sets forth the argument that Anglicans share the very same Sacraments and ministerial Orders as the Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches while carefully documenting the various lines of apostolic succession within the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada.

“My hope is that those who read this book will come away with a correct and more complete understanding of the doctrine of the undivided church in regard to the sacraments and sacred ministry,” says Redmile, “especially in regard to the reality of the apostolic succession and the need to uphold its integrity and transmit it to future generations.” Redmile devoted hours of intense research to uncovering the records of the various lines of apostolic succession in the Anglican Communion and other Anglican jurisdictions, and many of these are presented here for the first time ever. He believes that, in light of the current struggles within Anglicanism, this book will become one of the means to achieving full reunion between the Anglican, Roman Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox churches while asserting the catholicity of traditional Anglican teaching.

Robert David Redmile is a bishop of the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada, a Canadian Anglican jurisdiction formed in 1991 by the Episcopal Church in the United States of America. He holds degrees in arts and education from the University of British Columbia and studied theology in preparation for ordination at Regent College and other conservative Christian institutions.

Xulon Press is the world’s largest Christian publisher, with more than 2,700 titles published to date. Retailers may order The Apostolic Succession and the Catholic Episcopate in the Christian Episcopal Church of Canada through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.


Why won’t Obama give his blessing to the St Nicolas Church project at Ground Zero, does he dislike Santa Claus?

Question by Obama W. Bush: Why won’t Obama give his blessing to the St Nicolas Church project at Ground Zero, does he dislike Santa Claus?
There is something really strange about giving his blessing to the Cordoba Project. And rejecting the Church of St Nicolas

Best answer:

Answer by Trust Me!
Nothing strange about it at all, right up his muslim alley.

Add your own answer in the comments!

One of the Fastest Growing Episcopal Churches in the U.S. Breaks Ground in Suwanee, Ga — South Forsyth County

Suwanee, GA (PRWEB) March 7, 2005

The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, representing the Anglican Communion in North and Middle Georgia, today announced that it will break ground for its 93rd parish on March 19, at 10:00 a.m. The Right Rev’d J. Neil Alexander, Bishop of Atlanta and Fr. Tripp Norris, Rector of St. Columba’s, will officiate the event. In recognition of the event, Bishop Alexander says, “I know I speak for every member of the Diocese of Atlanta in extending a warm and enthusiastic congratulations to the good people of St. Columba’s.” He adds, “St. Columba’s practice of “radical hospitality” and resulting growth will be the “gold standard” for starting new congregations in this diocese for year’s to come.”

St. Columba’s new location will be located on 15.5 acres at 939 James Burgess Rd. in South Forsyth County, just 1.5 miles east of Old Atlanta Road and half a mile from Hwy 20 at the Chattahoochee River. The close proximity of St. Columba’s to the tri-county area of Johns Creek makes the church convenient to residents of South Forsyth, Gwinnett and North Fulton counties.

To celebrate the occasion, the ground will be marked with white cording in the shape of a cross. The top of the corded cross will be placed where the future altar will be placed. St. Columba’s invites the congregation and public to bring soil from their homes to mix with the soil of the future church home. The Bishop will bless the land and reveal the rendering of the new parish church. An English tea reception will follow the groundbreaking ceremony.

According to Fr. Norris, “The last sixteen months have been an exciting journey for St. Columba’s. We have been blessed with a very active, Spirit-filled, and growing congregation. Together, we have experienced many “firsts” — many new friendships, new ministries, new outreach programs, and soon, a new building! God has indeed called us here, and we couldn’t have imagined a better beginning.”

About Saint Columba’s: Saint Columba’s Church is one of the fastest growing Episcopal parishes in the United States. Since its first service on September 7, 2004, St. Columba’s has been worshipping at South Forsyth Middle School located on Old Atlanta Road, where it will continue to meet until its new building’s estimated completion date in December, 2005. St. Columba’s has earned a reputation of friendliness as it fulfills its mission of radical hospitality to welcome all people. Even though new, St. Columba’s is a church rich in tradition as Fr. Tripp Norris, St. Columba’s Rector maintains the time-honored liturgical style worship and music carried down through the centuries.

About the Episcopal Church: The Episcopal Church has between two and three million members in about 7500 congregations across the United States and a few related dioceses outside the US. The Episcopal Church is a member of the world-wide Anglican Communion, with 94 million members across the globe. Episcopalians believe that the liturgy, our worship together, is the heart of our life, from which flow all of our ministries which seek to embrace the community and deepen our own awareness and connection to God in Jesus Christ.

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