They lived somewhere between the seventh and ninth centuries, the people whose remains inhabit six graves along the river Wensum, at least along its current path in Norfolk, England. In The Guardian: Six plank-lined Anglo-Saxon graves, believed to be the oldest of their kind found in Britain, have been discovered on a waterlogged site in […]
Day: November 17, 2016
November 27, a global Advent calendar begins, a return of a well-loved digital ministry created by entities including the Society of St. John the Evangelist (SSJE). The release follows, published today by Anglican News: Christians across the world are being invited to celebrate the season of Advent through an interactive, multi-lingual online calendar. AdventWord.org goes […]
But I can promise that I will continue in community and open-hearted love with people of all political persuasions. I will speak my truth, and I will listen well to yours.
The Anglican News Service is reporting on response to the crisis in southern Africa, with a call for aid through the mission agency USPG (United Society Partners in the Gospel). From the USPG announcement: We have launched an emergency appeal to support Anglican churches in southern Africa as they reach out to communities facing famine […]