For the sake of others, we walk with Jesus
Our worship during COVID-19
As we continue to discern what is best for our church
family, we will not be gathering together for services and or activities. BUT,
since the Church is far more than a physical building we will still function
like the Church, loving God with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength, and
loving our neighbors as ourselves through our online resources and other
appropriate forms of discipleship.
Please be aware:
Because of Zoom-bombers all links to our services will be sent via MailChimp.
If you would like to receive the links please email
Back by popular
Come celebrate Trinity Sunday with another
Parking Lot church service at 9am.
Dial in to WASA 91.7fm.
Zoom Worship Service
will also have a Morning Prayer service via zoom at 11:30am.
Family Bible Study
Discipleship is all about reproducible rhythms and
sustainable patterns of devotion to encounter the Father’s love through the redemptive
work of Jesus and the transforming power of the Holy Spirit. The family is a
key context for this kind of discipleship to take place. As we are being
stripped of old habits and patterns, I want to encourage every family to add a
family Bible study to your new rhythm of family life.
(click here for a simple way to engage in family Bible
ASA during a pandemic
We would love for you to share videos and pictures of what
you and your family are doing during this COVID-19 self-quarantine time.
Moments where people are working, kids doing school, families doing activities
together, and especially pictures or videos of family worship. Please upload
them to our google drive April 2020.
Be the Church
Be intentional about reaching out to your people of peace. You
have the very real opportunity to be their pastor in this season and to plant
Gospel seeds in fertile soil. Pray for your People of Peace daily at 3pm - set
an alarm on your phone (or choose another time)
Participate in ADNE rhythms of prayer (AD-NE.org)
Daily Morning Prayer at 8am
Daily Midday Intercessory prayer from the Cathedral
Daily Compline with Bishop Andrew at 9am