News & Updates from Around AMiA

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Deeper Ministry Explored

How do we practice the presence of the Holy Spirit? When can we learn to experience and exercise his gifts? Who can demonstrate and train us in ministering to others in the power of the Holy Spirit? Where can we go to lean into deeper worship and supernatural healing? Deeper is a monthly Friday night service shared by three AMiA churches in Dallas to address those very questions. Clergy, members and guests from All Saints, St. Bartholomew’s and St. Patrick’s…

Living Classroom 2022 Makes Lasting Impact

It lasted less than two days, but the impact is likely to bear fruit for years to come. The 80-plus people who attended Living Classroom 2022 experienced hands-on opportunities to grow deeper in the three streams of faith (Scripture, Sacrament, Spirit) and to gain new skills in leading others on their journeys in Christ. Representatives from about 16 churches participated in sessions about Christianity and Culture, The 7 Engines and Leadership Matters. There were also extended times of prayer, worship…

The Still Point in an Ever-Changing World

In the video below, AMiA Lead Bishop, Philip Jones helps us begin the new year reviewing the past, present and future of the Anglican Mission in America. He also invites clergy and lay leaders to the Living Classroom.  

David+ Larlee Installed as Rector at St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church

On Sunday, January 23, 2022, David+ Larlee was installed as the new Rector at St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church in Dallas, Texas. Dave+ had been interim Rector at the church for a number of months after having served at All Saints Church Dallas since 2013. AMiA Lead Bishop, Philip Jones, officiated the installation. St. Bartholomew’s (St. Bart’s) began in 2018 as a three-stream church plant from All Saints. Rev. Dr. Jay Wright oversaw the beginnings of the church and served as…

New Three-Stream Resource Site From AMiA

The AMiA resource blogs have moved to our new site, Three-Stream Living. The new Three-Stream Living website provides a fully searchable, ever-changing platform where clergy and lay leaders come to share, ask questions, and hear from others as they live out a liturgical three-stream faith. Through articles, videos, podcasts, Zoom call discussion and (eventually) live events, Three-Stream Living offers a space for learning how to full experience abundant life in Christ. It is a place for participation and demonstration of…

The Immanuel Music Project: A Unique Ministry

A new collection of Christmas music from the Immanuel Anglican Church praise band, “A Christmas Collection” features seasonal favorites, as well as lesser-known tunes of bygone eras, creating a tapestry of numerous styles to enjoy during the Christmas season. It is a lovely addition to any Christmas music playlist, and the backstory is a testimony to creative ministry. When thinking about church ministry in retirement, many people envision taking on responsibilities such as serving as a greeter or leading a…

Seeing God’s Provision in the Planting Process

By Allison Kalteyer, member of the St. Patrick’s Dallas launch team My husband, Robert, and I have seen God’s grace, provision and faithfulness firsthand since being involved in the planting of St. Patrick’s Anglican Church in Dallas, Texas. The road to finding St. Patrick’s first began in mid-2020. The season of 2020 has been a challenging, isolating time for many. With this season, we felt called to find a new church home as we had a deep longing to connect…

St. Patrick’s Dallas: Building a New Church Community

Named after the saint known for taking the gospel to Ireland, St. Patrick’s Dallas is built on the belief that the call to make disciples is not the responsibility of just one person, but the joy of the whole church. Just as St. Patrick’s ministry in the fifth century involved a team of clergy, lay people and students, this new gathering of believers, launched last month, seeks to bring redemption in Northwest Dallas through a church community filled with grace…

ALPHA: Why Alpha?

Dustin+ Messer (All Saints Dallas) and David+ Larlee (St. Bartholomew) discuss reasons why the Alpha program is a helpful tool for churches.  

Matins and Vespers: New Collection by Liturgical Folk

By Ryan and Melissa Flanagan, with Liturgical Folk. MATINS & VESPERS is a collection of eight new musical settings for Morning and Evening Prayer, liturgically known as Matins and Vespers. At the beginning of the pandemic, when everyone was isolated to their homes and unable to worship, pray and fellowship in person, we (the Flanigan Five) sought refuge in the Book of Common Prayer. Most mornings and evenings, gathering around the table for breakfast and dinner, we’d open our prayer…