All Saints Annual Meeting and Celebration on January 27, 2019

Change in normal schedule for this date only!

Discipleship Hour with Pastor Bill Hull on Spiral of Silence at 8:00am
Annual Meeting and Celebration Mass at 9:00am
Annual Meeting and Celebration Brunch at 10:30am

 

Welcome

On behalf of All Saints Anglican Cathedral, Long Beach, I welcome you. You are invited to join us for worship. It would be a privilege to meet you! Our purpose is, “Reaching Long Beach and beyond with the transforming love of Jesus Christ.” Our mission is, “Building a church community that glorifies God, follows Jesus, and is empowered by the Holy Spirit for mission to reconcile a broken world to God.” We drink deep from one river that has three streams: Scripture (our authoritative guide in faith), Sacraments (our ancient practices and rhythms in faith), and Spirit (our peace and power in faith). May you experience God’s “Never Stopping, Never Giving up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love.”
Fr. Scott

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Sunday Services

7:30am - Worship Service with Spoken Liturgy and Holy Communion (music third Sunday of the month)

9:00am - Discipleship Hour for All Ages

10:00am - Worship Service with Spoken and Sung Liturgy and Holy Communion

Location

All Saints Anglican Cathedral 346 Termino Avenue Long Beach, California 90814

“According to the early Christians, the church doesn’t exist in order to provide a place where people can pursue their private spiritual agendas and develop their own spiritual potential. Nor does it exist in order to provide a safe haven in which people can hide from the wicked world and ensure that they themselves arrive safely at an otherworldly destination. Private spiritual growth and ultimate salvation come rather as the byproduct of the main, central overarching purpose for which God has called and is calling us … That through the church God will announce to the world that he is indeed its wise, loving and just creator; that through Jesus he has defeated the powers that corrupt and enslave it; and that by his Spirit he is at work to heal and renew it.” Simply Christian - N.T. Wright

 
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Discipleship Hour Series on Spiral of Silence with Pastor Bill Hull starting Sunday, January 6, 2019 at 9:00am

Seven sessions built around the theme A Spiral of Silence. During different periods of history and for various reasons the masses have been silenced. Public opinion made it dangerous to speak out and to speak up. We live in such a time where the freedom of speech is being abridged, the same with the freedom of religion. Christians are responsible to speak up, Dietrich Bonhoeffer said it well, "Not to speak is to speak, not to act is to act.” We are sent into the world to engage it. We are called to take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ. For seven Sundays we will explore the cultural conditions in which we live and ask the question, "Will we as a church relish the opportunity to love the world as Jesus did, and to engage the morally and conceptually confused inhabitants on this globe?"  

Sessions

1. Shut Up and Pray: Human Nature

2. The Meaning of Persons: Human Experience 

3. What Can People Know? Philosophy & Religion

4. The Origin of the Specious: Science 

5. The Disappearance of Moral Knowledge From Public Life:  The University 

6. Ship of Fools:  Politics 

7. If it bleeds, it leads: The Media 

 
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Thinking About Sex and the Church

“I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.” Psalm 139:14 ESV

Shira Hearn will be offering this important class, “Thinking about Sex and the Church” in the new year. You are welcome to attend one, two, or all three sessions. Registration is required for the first two sessions; please contact Shira at shira.hearn@gmail.com to sign up.

Saturday, January 12th from 9:30-11:30am – A Practical Guide to Sexual Intimacy

Almost every marriage will at points, struggle sexually. The internet is often the first place people go to find out more information when they have issues around sex, and most of that information is either wrong or problematic. Learn helpful ways to address and talk about sexual issues with your spouse and to enhance your intimacy. This is not just for couples that struggle sexually, but for anyone that would like to learn more about better sex for yourself and how to please your partner. For married or engaged couples only. Childcare available, registration required via email at shira.hearn@gmail.com.

Saturday, February 9th from 9:30-11:30am – Talking about the Birds and the Bees

Did you know that the average parent spends just 8 minutes talking to their kids about sex during their whole life? Come and learn how to talk to your kids about their bodies, sex and God's design for their natural desires in a non-shaming way. Childcare available, registration required via email at shira.hearn@gmail.com.

Saturday, April 27th from 9:30-11:30am – Singleness, Sex and the Church

God created us with a sex drive and so what happens if we are single? What do we do with our sexuality as unmarried Christians? In a culture of hookup apps and casual sex, what does it mean to honor God with our sexuality? No registration required.

 

The Equipped to Heal Ministry is a nation-wide collaboration of healing ministries and healing ministers from Isaiah 40, Pastoral Care Ministries with Leanne Payne, Christian Healing Ministries with the MacNutts, John Wimber, Greenhouse Movement, and many others partnering together to equip the church and every Christian to minister healing one to another. The San Diego Deanery of the Diocese of Western Anglican is hosting this conference and training weekend and partnering with many other churches from other cultures. Registration is now open. Early bird price of $75 expires on January 20.

 

The Intersection Conference is a missional greenhouse for Anglican leaders who want to engage culture. Each year, this group of leaders will exchange ideas, share strategies for disciple-making in a post-Christian North America, and explore new ways of re-missioning the Church. The conference will also birth Learning Communities, local vehicles for continuing the conversation about mission in contemporary culture.

Each Intersection Conference will explore a core element of mission, and discuss the other elements in relation to it.

2017: Gospel
2018: Culture
2019: Missional Ecclesiology
2020: Missional Leadership
2021: God’s Empowering Presence

Dates: May 16-18, 2019.

The conference will begin Thursday, May 16, at 12:00 pm. The conference will end at noon on Saturday, May 18. We suggest flying into the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Thursday morning and flying out Saturday afternoon.

Location: Trinity Anglican Church, Westside Campus, 2260 Defoor Hills Rd., Atlanta, GA 30318

Theme: For the Sake of the World: An Anglican Missional Ecclesiology

Come ready to engage 8 leading evangelical and sacramental voices exploring what it means to be the church on mission. Through panels and cohorts, gain actionable ideas and practices to catalyze your local church to engage contemporary culture.

Registration Costs:

– Early Bird: Oct-Dec = $129
– Jan-Mar = $169
– Apr-May = $199

 

Map to All Saints Cathedral

346 Termino Avenue, Long Beach, California 90814
Phone: 562-438-3650 / Email: office@allsaintslb.com

 
 

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