Welcome to San Francisco Anglicans! This website is a ministry of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). More specifically it is a ministry of St. James Anglican Church in San Jose. It has a very simple purpose: help people in San Francisco find us so we can help launch new Anglican Churches in San Francisco. Emmaus Anglican Church is our first. We hope to launch many more in the coming months. We hope this interests you. If you would like more information please email Fr. Ed McNeill or call him at 408-674-2770.
America has become the new mission field. There are over 120 million unchurched people in the United States making it the largest mission field in the Western hemisphere. Re-missioning churches in North America is about helping churches discover and live on mission to reach our nation for Christ.
Jointly sponsored by the Kardia Anglican Church Planting and Remissioning Initiative and the Diocese of the Carolinas, the conference will be a dynamic two day event that is designed to help clergy, church planters, and lay leaders discover and fulfill God’s mission for the local church. Day One will focus on remissioning and Day Two will focus on church planting.
The plenary addresses and workshops will explore a variety of issues relating to the mission of the church such as: discipleship, leadership development, outreach, and mission. Speakers include Bishop Steve Wood, Canon Dan Alger, Canon Winfield Bevins, as well as many others.
Please mark your calendar and make plans to join us. To find out more information about the event and to register online please click here.
We hope to see you there!
Born on June 22, 1926, in Gloucester, England, Dr. Packer received his Bachelor of Arts (1948), Master of Arts (1954), and Doctor of Philosophy (1954) from Corpus Christi College at Oxford University. He studied theology at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and was ordained deacon (1952) and priest (1953).
Dr. Packer first book, Fundamentalism and the Word of God, was published in 1958. His best-known work, Knowing God, was published in 1973. Combined, his books have sold over three million copies. He is the founder of the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy (ICBI) and was appointed the first Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology at Regent College, Vancouver, BC, and was named the Regent College Board of Governors’ Professor of Theology in 1996.
In addition, Dr. Packer served as General Editor of the English Standard Version (ESV) of the Bible and as Theological Editor of the ESV Study Bible.
NOTE: Dr. Packer’s teaching at Assembly 2014 is available for free viewing online here.
The United Adoration (UA) Songwriting Retreat will be September 25-26, 2014, at the Greenhouse Mission Center in Oak Park, IL. The Songwriting Retreat is an opportunity for worship artists to come together and create fresh music for the liturgical church, while also renewing our creative vision for sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our churches, communities and the world.
The retreat is a three-day experience that’s focuses on participants creating new music, connecting with others, and spending time in prayer and worship. Our hope is to inspire one other and to be inspired!
Participants will have opportunities to receive feedback on their original music compositions, as well as opportunities to collaborate together on shared projects. The goal of the retreat is for participants to take back to their local congregations a deepened spiritual experience with Christ, as well as new worship music compositions to share in their worship communities.
Greenhouse is a movement of regional churches in the Anglican Church in North America dedicated to evangelism through church multiplication—bringing the transforming love of Jesus to every people group. We seek to join God’s mission of transformation in his world through the building up of his church both in North America and globally as a unified people empowered to share the good news of his love through word and deed. In pursuit of this vision, we value the raising up of local congregations linked within each region, the release of ministry gifts among laity and clergy for multiplying congregations, and the equipping of movements to reach every people group on our continent with the good news of Jesus.