"Welcome, happy morning!" age to age shall say,Hell to-day is vanquished, heaven is won to-day!Lo! … [Read More...]
Welcome Happy Morning!
Jesus’ resurrection changed everything.
Thursday, May 16th 3:30 pm – 5:30pm
The church rejoices in its fifth anniversary on the fifth Sunday of Lent.
Parishes across the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes celebrate Jesus’ triumphant entrance into Jerusalem.
Blessings abound at St. Anne’s Anglican for a dedicated pastor and friend.
Started as a vision of St. Matthew’s Deacon Colleen Dewey, the church offers a Community Closet to help those in need.
A Lenten prayer written by Gretsie Ames for our parishes in ADGL
Dialogue and work in Northeast Ohio to strengthen understanding and relationships
Sharing with Trinity Evangelical Covenant Church to study “Emotionally Healthy Spirituality” by Peter Scazzero.
Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord On the first day of the week, Mary of Magdala came … [Read More...]
Dear Tea- Comers, I just returned from attending the mid-west regional Anglican 1000 hosted by … [Read More...]
Christ the King Anglican Church in Free Soil, Michigan, celebrated its fifth anniversary on the … [Read More...]
Parishes across the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes celebrate Jesus' triumphant entrance into … [Read More...]
We celebrated the 25th ordination anniversary of our pastor, Rev. Kelly M. Irish, on March 23, … [Read More...]
As a member of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes upholds the ACNA Theological Statement, which outlines our core beliefs and commitments. We … more
I don’t know much about the Anglican Church and what it means to be an Anglican. Can you tell me more about Anglicanism? Anglicans trace their Christian roots back to the early Church, and their … more
The Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes (ADGL) is a member of the Anglican Church in North America, and part of God’s one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church. The Diocese came into being in 2010 as … more
The Rt. Rev. Roger Copeland Ames was elected first bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes at its Constitutional Convention in April 2010, and formally installed on April 30, 2011 at the … more