Advent: Training for Hope

The Rev. Dr. Jon Parker is Assistant Professor of Religion at Berry College, where he teaches interpretation of the Old and New Testaments, and is an ordained priest in the ACNA and Anglican Diocese of the South. Seasonal Pain “I think there must be something wrong with me, Linus. Christmas is coming, but I’m not […]

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Remember Again Our Heroes and Saints

Every Wednesday night during communion at All Saints in Peachtree City,Fr. Michael Fry leads parishioners through exploring the life of a saint – apractice he began several years ago. “It’s no mystery why the biggest blockbusters at the movie theaters are all superheroes!” says Fr. Michael. “Because human beings are wired for heroes… people we […]

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Advent Prayers and Lessons

Advent is the beginning of the Church Year.  It is a time of anticipation, a time of preparation, and a time of remembrance. Click here to download the Advent Collects (Prayers) and Scripture lessons, including the daily collects for each day of the week.  This can be used for individual and family prayer.

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Creation, Compromise, and Cowardice

by Deacon Joshua P. Steele The Rev. Dcn. Joshua P. Steele is a Transitional Deacon serving at Church of the Savior in Wheaton, IL, a Ph.D. student in Theology at Wheaton College, and the Managing Editor of AnglicanPastor.com. A Father’s Fear vs. Our Father’s World This summer I became a father. And, while the blessings […]

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“Incredible Opportunity Lies Before Us” Archbishop Foley Beach

Synod Address from Archbishop Foley Beach & Delegates Meeting November 2, 2018 “We’re living in times when it’s crucial that God’s people stand for the truth of the Word of God and not be ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Archbishop Foley Beach in his address to the Diocese of the South at […]

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Video and Audio from Mission Matters Now Available

Last weekend clergy and laity from around the diocese gathered to worship, learn, and discern. Friday Worship and Sermon by Bishop Frank Lyons On Friday night, Bishop Frank Lyons preached at our annual Eucharist of the Diocese. Bishop Frank assists Archbishop Foley in providing episcopal pastoral care and leadership including confirmations and ordinations, and leading […]

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Workshops this Saturday! Mission Matters Conference

Conference starts Friday! Workshops on Saturday. Registration Required. ADOTS is excited once again to offer a wide array of informative workshops at this year’s Mission Matters Conference & Synod – stemming from the diverse passions and experiences of our clergy and lay leaders in the diocese. Liturgy and Worship: How to Explain Our Worship to […]

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Daily Prayer in an Information Age

The Rev. Dr. Jon Parker is Assistant Professor of Religion at Berry College, where he teaches interpretation of the Old and New Testaments, and is an ordained priest in the ACNA and Anglican Diocese of the South. “Oh Lord, I don’t know what to do. I’m so overwhelmed! Please help me!” Have you ever prayed […]

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Join the ADOTS Mission Roundtable at Mission Matters 2018!

Lay leaders and clergy from around ADOTS will share their own stories of mission – and discover how we can all more actively participate in local, national, and global missions – during the ADOTS Mission Roundtable pre-conference ahead of the Mission Matters Conference & Synod this November. Jenny Noyes, Executive Director for New Wineskins Missionary […]

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Canon Dan Alger Steps Into a New Assignment

The Rev. Canon Dan Alger has served faithfully and fruitfully as our Canon for Church Planting for the past five years, but is now having to step away from that role in order to answer a call to full time service in the ACNA as Provincial Canon for Church Planting. Dan will continue as Rector […]

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Pre-Synod Missions Roundtable

“BETTER TOGETHER” will be a reoccurring theme throughout the coming year. Anglicans who have the vision to reach the world with the Gospel of Jesus are coming together to facilitate that objective. On November 1, 2018, beginning at 1 P.M. on the campus of Holy Cross Cathedral, you are invited to an in depth discussion […]

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Holy Cross Cathedral to Welcome New Dean, Rev. Michael Guernsey

  “I am excited to be in a great congregation that prays deeply, loves each other, and is eager to reach the community,” says the Rev. Michael Guernsey of his selection as the new Dean of Holy Cross Cathedral in Loganville, GA. “We have sensed God’s hand in guiding through this process. We have experienced a […]

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Proclaiming Christ Faithfully to the Nations at GAFCON Jerusalem 2018

By Fr. Bill Midgett, Rector, Christ the King Anglican Church, Decherd, TN and one of the ADOTS clergy delegates to the ACNA Provincial Council and GAFCON Greetings to all in Jesus’ Name! From the opening conference session on Monday morning, the above theme became our rallying cry led by both the masters of ceremonies and various […]

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Singer-Songwriter Rachel Wilhelm to Lead Synod 2018 Music

It’s barely been a month in the South for Rachel Wilhelm – who just moved to Georgia from Minneapolis – and already she’s leading music at an ADOTS church plant and at the Mission Matters Conference & Synod 2018. But this comes as no surprise when one learns that her Anglican roots are a decade […]

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Celebrating 25 Years of Work Across the World: Anglican Frontier Missions

With its silver anniversary, Anglican Frontier Missions has published a new book with compelling stories of its work, and is urging the Church that there is still much work to be done. “AFM’s vision remains unchanged from our founding days: to mobilize the church to pray for and send missionaries to the largest and least-evangelized […]

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