Anglican Unscripted 665 - Big Churches hosting Final Service :(

Hosting From Google – Anglican Unscripted 665 – Big Churches hosting Final Service :(


Anglican Unscripted 665 – Big Churches hosting Final Service 🙁

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As Kevin Kallsen and George Conger have been warning COVID will close a lot of churches. Even somewhat large via churches will not survive.

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23 thoughts on “Hosting From Google – Anglican Unscripted 665 – Big Churches hosting Final Service :(

  1. A woman attended our parish after checking options in the community on the internet. When I asked how and why she came to our church was "I saw your video on line teaching class in a Steeler Jersey!" We were in Cowboy territory Texas! Many folks, especially fom the local Air Force Base checked us out on line before coming, or checking with the children who were Christians, because they did know what an "Anglcian" was. Curious

  2. Kevin and George: I am sure you have contacts in the Anglican Church of Kenya. Can you contact them to shed light on the Winchester ordination controversy ? I'm sure an email from Nairobi would clear up the matter.

  3. The churches should have waited a few months at the beginning of the Covid crisis and then it should have defied the government outright. Only God Himself can stop the saints from assembling because it's required in the scriptures. I am fortunate I live in Arkansas where all the restrictions on churches we're from the start entirely voluntary. I'm not an Anglican but you guys should have followed the example of your old enemies the Irish Romanists, who back in the day worshipped out of doors and in barns in defiance of the Protestants.

  4. But if they believe that’s Jesus in the Eucharist (which I think Anglicans believe), how can people be satisfied with zoom church? I’m a Catholic, and I was dying to get back to mass!

  5. Isaac Newton, Observations upon the Apocalypse of St John.

    The Folly of Interpreters has been, to foretel times and things by this Prophecy, as if God designed to make them Prophets. By this rashness they have not only exposed themselves, but brought the Prophecy also into contempt. The design of God was much otherwise. He gave this and the Prophecies of the Old Testament, not to gratify men's curiosities by enabling them to foreknow things, but that after they were fulfilled they might be interpreted by the event and his own Providence, not the Interpreters, be then manifested thereby to the world. For the event of things predicted many ages before, will then be a convincing argument that the world is governed by providence. For asa the few and obcure Prophecies concerning Christ's first coming were for setting up the Christian religion, which all nations have since corrupted; so the many and clear Prophecies concerning the things to be done at Christ's second coming are not only for predicting but also for effecting a recovery and re-establishment of the long-lost truth, and setting up a kingdom wherein dwells righteousness.

  6. I agree with Kevin that the priest is very important in church survival. I also agree with George that those who show up in person since reopening have already been hooked. Our Episcopal congregation has a very high energy, young priest who is quite tech savvy. He has been a rock during our exile from the church building. We had our first in person worship this past Sunday. Attendance was very good. We returned to a completely new church, painted, recarpted, and re roofed. We are an urban, Episcopal Church that goes against the grain and has been experiencing growth even before the pandemic. BTW, our priest has decided to continue online worship even with the reopening. It has proven to be a great evangelism tool.

  7. Marxist Russians and Communist China put up fences all around their countries? I don't know where you learned history, chaps. It was your last president that wanted to make a secure wall between US and Mexico…

  8. I wish you guys were conservative Evangelical Anglicans in the tradition of JC Rhyle etc. However, you are ecumenical (in rejection of your own 39 Articles) and deluded into pretending that Anglicanism can ever be anything other than a joke demanding institutional and theocratic compromise with Triludian liberalism, same sex marriage etc. Thomas Cranmer, William Tyndale, Nicholas Ridley, Hugh Latimer, and John Hooper would be out the door of Anglicanism in utter disgust today than they were out the door of the Roman church in the 16th & 17th centuries. PS. The Word of God teaches the priesthood of All Believers; there is no such thing as a priest in the Anglican/ Roman Catholic sense.Sincerely, James Jacob Prasch

  9. Speaking of gaps in CVs has anyone noticed or know why Jonathan Fletcher, born Sept 1942, graduated in 1966 (Companies House/Crockfords 2010/11). I have a similar birthday yet graduated when 21 not 23. Did he retake a year and have a gap-year something? It also used to be claimed on his Emmanuel Wimbledon website that he did teaching after college but before going into the ministry yet he went from college to two years at Wycliffe Hall, to being made a deacon to serve as Curate in Enfield 1968-72 (ibid). Any idea how to square the two?

  10. Jim Packer and Gary Parrett blame the decline of catechesis on the Sunday School movement which necessitated the avoiding dogmatic denominational differences (see Grounded in the Gospel, building Believers the Old-Fashioned Way).

  11. Writ large on the Title page of my 1662 Book of Common Prayer is the fact that it contains the sacraments and the services of the [Catholic] Church according to the use of the Church of England, so I beg to differ with George as to what characterises the most Catholic.

  12. I am white. I look white. There was a time I dated a dark black woman. For the only times I would get pooled over; because there was a black woman with me. The way the cops acted; if I was also black I would die. RACISM.

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