Category Archives: Mission

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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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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St. Patrick’s Helps Puerto Ricans Rebuild

The people of Puerto Rico are continuing to recover from what is considered to be the worst natural disaster to ever hit the island – Hurricane Maria. When Maria made landfall last September as a Category 4 storm, it decimated the country’s infrastructure and left thousands homeless. Eight adults and seven high school students from […]

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Uganda Christian University Visits Atlanta

Vice Chancellor of Uganda Christian University to Visit ADOTS.  Dr. John Senyonyi traveling to churches in early April. “It is important to recognise that education is the forming of minds and lives that eventually manage the affairs of nations.” – Dr. John Senyonyi, Vice Chancellor, Uganda Christian University Dr. John Senyonyi was passing through the […]

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An ADOTS Priest Goes to Myanmar: Opportunities to Serve

Anglican Groups Connect for Northern Myanmar Bible School. In rural northern Myanmar – a place where the most educated earn $30-$50 a month – the Kachin people in the Myitkyina Diocese saved up enough money to buy an 18-acre plot of land. Their hope for that land: a Bible school. “You have these young men […]

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