St. John the Apostle Anglican Church
Sunday, January 23, 2022
All things must come to the soul from its roots, from where it is planted.
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We bring to God lives that are often cluttered and confused, longing for purpose and truth.  In our praise of him, through songs and prayers, both old and new, we find meaning.  In Bread and Wine we encounter Jesus and find healing, wholeness and salvation.  God has made us for worship.  Whether we express it through hands raised or knees bent, to be in worship is to trying find our purpose.


Our faith is ancient and apostolic, our tradition of Prayer Book worship is centuries old, and yet, we continue to hear and proclaim the Good News in our own generation.  Each generation gives its own melody as an expression of the faith once given.  At St. John the Apostle, the great traditional hymns, along those of Wesley and Watts, and songs from the hearts of contemporary Christians blend with all the company of heaven who join in the unending praise of God.  As Christians, we are standing firmly on the unwavering foundation of the past, empowered by the Holy Spirit today and embracing the future with hope and joy.