Come and share in a study of Pastor Timothy Keller’s most recent book, “Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God”, during our Sunday morning study hour for adults. We meet at 9:45 a.m. in the conference room near the Cafeteria of the Salt Lake Regional Medical Center.
We will plan to cover a chapter a week, beginning with the Introduction and Chapter 1 for Sunday, March 15.
CURRENT CHAPTER: June 28, Finish Chapter 11 “As Encounter: Seeking His Face”; Start Chapter 12 “Awe: Praising His Glory”
The Holy Cross Chapel at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center is a hidden jewel in downtown Salt Lake City. Designed by the same architect who designed the Cathedral of the Madeleine, the chapel has stood for over a century as a place of prayer in the community. Here is a video tour.
Vision Casting Sermon
St. John’s Anglican Church
7 September 2014
God of constant mercy,
who sent your Son to save us:
remind us of your goodness,
increase your grace within us,
that our thankfulness may grow,
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
From today’s gospel: Jesus says, where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them. And so we take The Lord at his word, that he his here among us this morning. And we rejoice in his faithfulness and the assurance we take from his presence in our midst.
Today, I want to share with you where I believe God is calling St. John’s Anglican Church in our continuing journey as a fellowship of followers of Jesus. For a few months now, the leadership of this congregation has been prayerfully and faithfully looking into the near future and recognizing that business as usual for us as a congregation is not likely past the end of 2014. And for the last 40 days or so we have been praying together and having conversations about what a faithful response will be to the realities we find ourselves facing together. Out of that time, and those conversations, I believe a vision is emerging that I want to try and sum up for you today – so that when we meet again next Sunday and seek a formal decision from our membership you will know where I as your pastor see God leading us. That while we perceive ourselves to be in a place between, we may see forward into a hopeful future and new life for this fellowship.
As I present this vision to you, there will be some signposts along the way, and a visual aid that I hope gives you some ways to focus your prayers over the next week and into the days beyond. The first task I have is to help us remember. Continue reading Why is St. John’s in Salt Lake City?
Receive the word of God, not as the word of men, but as it truly is, the word of God — 1 Thessalonians 2:13