One in five families are impacted by mental illness. How can churches minister to those who live with mental health challenges? How can we care for their families in loving and supportive ways? This month we'll look at some possibilities. +Philip Jones starts our series on mental health with his own thoughts.
+Philip Jones shares a bit about his upcoming sabbatical, which starts in mid-May and wraps up in late July.
+Philip Jones Greetings to the Anglican Mission in America and our Friends, It is one month since we were together in Dallas for Winter Conference 2018 (and Clergy Retreat!), and I am so very encouraged by the feedback I have received so far. In these past weeks I have seen the impact of [...]
It is with sorrow and great hope in the Gospel promise of everlasting life, that I write to you today of the death of Bishop Charles Hurt Murphy, III, a Missionary Bishop in the Anglican Church and our inaugural Apostolic Vicar of the Anglican Mission in America. +Chuck passed away early this morning quietly and [...]
Watch as the Rt. Rev. Philip Jones shares his vision for Winter Conference 2018: Come & See, Go & Tell. Register by December 1. […]
Bishop Jones, Winter Conference 2016 Dear Friends of the Mission, In making plans and talking to speakers in preparation to celebrate our eighteenth Winter Conference together, it shocked me to realize that 20 years of the Anglican Mission in America is fast approaching. Here at All Saints in Dallas we will be [...]
Dear Friends of the Mission, I am writing today to invite you to Dallas for Winter Conference and Clergy Retreat in January 2018 - Come and see! Go and tell! We are deep into planning our time together and this year God is leading us towards the “How”. What resources do we, as a Society, [...]
Dear Friends of the Mission, Thank you for your prayers and support for our churches, clergy, congregations and loved ones in Florida as they have weathered Hurricane Irma. We are grateful to have received good reports from our clergy. Many are still without power or safe drinking water and most are dealing with minor damages [...]
Dear Anglican Mission Clergy and Friends of the Mission, As Hurricane Harvey, now downgraded to a Tropical Storm, continues to affect Texas and Louisiana, it is estimated that 30,000 people will seek emergency shelter and that the recovery will take years. Here in Dallas, our city and community are already providing shelter and aid those [...]