Ministry


2019 Spring and Summer Updates from Bishop McAllister College and Anglican Seminary in Uganda



2019 Spring and Summer Updates from Bishop McAllister College and Anglican Seminary in Uganda

There has been a lot going on at Bishop McAllister College since our last update from Rev. Paul Jeffries in March, 2019. There has been great progress on our new library! Anticipate completion of construction October 2019! To God be the Glory! Samples of future library furniture completed! It has been 15 years since began […]

Episcopal Church of Roatan (Nelson and Kara Ministry) August 2019 Update



Episcopal Church of Roatan (Nelson and Kara Ministry) August 2019 Update

August Update 2019 Please continue to pray for: For our 6th Anniversary this 24th and 25th of August 19, Safe travel for Proclaim  Band coming from Tegucigalpa to help us worship. Continued and stable financial support for the next three years as we continue to serve the Lord on Roatán, Honduras. The ongoing construction in […]

Congratulations Anique!



Congratulations Anique!

We are very proud to announce that our scholarship student, Anique Hernandez, has graduated from high school in Belize. Congratulations Anique! Graduation benediction prayer May God’s blessing follow you as you find new journeys to travel. May you walk safely along the pathways of your dreams. May his gentle hand guide the decisions you will […]

Episcopal Church of Roatan (Nelson and Kara Ministry) May 2019 Update



Episcopal Church of Roatan (Nelson and Kara Ministry) May 2019 Update

May Update 2019 Please continue to pray for: Continued and stable financial support for the next three years as we continue to serve the Lord on Roatán, Honduras. The ongoing construction in Coxen Hole. Pray for the remaining installation stages: Cement concrete for the floor and ceramic tiles. Our congregations: St. Peter by the Sea […]

Matt Allen’s May 2019 IVCF Newsletter



Matt Allen’s May 2019 IVCF Newsletter

 One of the challenges that we face in the ministry in Martinique is that in the evening it can be difficult to gather students from all across the island. After sunset (6:30 pm) most of the public transportation stops and so many students do not have access to transportation to attend our evening events.

The ministry of deacon: servant ministry of the whole church



The ministry of deacon: servant ministry of the whole church

The Anglican Church officially recognizes three orders of ministry: bishop, priest and deacon. These “ordered” ministries each have their own function and character. Bishops are called to be the “overseer” in the diocese. Priests are called to “sacramental, preaching and teaching” ministries. Deacons are called to personify the servant church in the secular world. Perhaps […]