We are Servants of Christ: making disciples, learning to do all that Jesus said.
We are Servants of Christ: making disciples, learning to do all that Jesus said.
Mission: As our name implies, the goal of Servants is to serve God's kingdom faithfully, following in the example laid out for us by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our hope is that the members of Servants will be obediently serving God, authentically serving the body of Christ and compassionately serving the community.
The Second Sunday after Pentecost
The plenary sessions of the Provincial Assembly are being live streamed today. Watch below!
Water fun at KCS today! #ServantLifeGNV
Kids’ Creation Station week 1 is in the books! There was lots of enthusiasm from kids and volunteers alike! Can’t wait for week 2! #ServantLifeGNV #KidsCreationStation
The Sunday after the Ascension
The Sixth Sunday of Easter
The Fifth Sunday of Easter
The Fourth Sunday of Easter
Our youth and children are having a blast on Wednesdays! The children are learning about the Fruit of the Spirit - this week was God’s peace.✌️The youth are swiping their youth leader’s phone and taking selfies between dinner and study time! 😂 #ServantLifeGNV
Our fellow Anglican church in High Springs is delving into the Bible each Wednesday morning at 10am. If you're in the area and are looking for a Bible study, be sure to check them out next week!
On Wednesday mornings we love to gather to study how we should live. Today we were in Colossians 2. We want to walk in him, being rooted and built up in him. We want to be firmly established in our faith, as you have been taught, and abounding with thanksgiving.
Come and join us next Wednesday at 10 a.m. as we tackle chapter 3 and learn more of how to live this type of life in today's world!
The Third Sunday of Easter
The Second Sunday of Easter
We were so grateful to be a part of the Good Friday service at Bo Diddley Plaza last week! #OneChurchOneGod
Again I am amazed how we were able to come together again, as well bring our congregations and worship teams together. It can be challenging at times bringing Pastors together with busy schedules, different cultures, different denominations and organizational structures. But last night I am still joyful after several months of planning this event it happened. God is shifting our City. #OneChurchOneGod, #ChurchofGainesville
Easter Sunday! Alleluia, the Lord is risen!
Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!!
As noted in the article, the upgrade to Category 5 status has little practical import for those affected by Hurricane Michael, but it brings attention to the fact that recovery is still happening. Our men are making a trip to the Panhandle May 3-5 to help residents in their efforts to rebuild their lives. If any men are interested in joining the group, contact Jose Boada.
apnews.com MIAMI (AP) — Hurricane Michael, which devastated the Florida Panhandle last fall, was actually stronger than initially measured, prompting forecasters to posthumously upgrade it from a Category 4...
Thanks to a dedicated group of hardworking parishioners, our children’s room is a warm, inviting center for our 0-4 year olds. Here’s just one of the adorable centers. Thanks to Clove & Cotton for the fun macrame wall hanging and thanks to all those who helped with renovations - we are so grateful for each and every one of you!
Sign up to bring a dish to our potluck this Maundy Thursday. We'll eat at 5:45 and begin liturgy at 6:30.
Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2247841565306458/
signupgenius.com We'll enjoy our traditional Maundy Thursday potluck together before the service!
We are honored to host Jane L. Gresley’s memorial service on Saturday, April 27, 3:00pm. 💜
legacy.com GRESLEY, JANE LANDSTREET The Lord has called home Jane Landstreet Gresley, known to her family as Mama Jane. Born in Orlando Florida on November 4th
In our last repost from the Lenten Devotional series, Tony Ladd discusses how we can't stay where we are if we want to minister to others.
servantsanglican.org “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” John 1:1 A border crossing carries with it a sense of the unknown, perhaps even a hint of danger. However, we do not have to travel to foreign lands to cross borders. Our country is divided …
The Fifth Sunday in Lent
Sometimes the work the Lord calls us to is uncomfortable and an exercise in obedience. Leann Wieand Manley experienced this and she writes about it in this latest repost from our Lenten Devotional series.
servantsanglican.org I wrote an awkward and somewhat raw description of my Kairos prison ministry experience on the Servants of Christ blog in November 2016. Lowell Correctional Institute (Lowell C.I.) is located 30 minutes south of Gainesville and is the nation’s largest women’s prison. Each Kairos Weekend is se...
The Fourth Sunday in Lent
Especially appropriate as we role out our new church ministry structure is this throwback post by Jc Harris as he talks about his experiences with our campers.
servantsanglican.org “I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.” Romans 12:1 God’s call to worship is so much more than singing songs. Don’t get me wrong. Music is a very important face...
We loved hosting Greater Bethel AME Church tonight! We hope to worship together again soon!
Greater Bethel Fellowship with Servants of Christ Anglican Church
( my apologies the internet dropped)
ICYMI, tonight was an amazing time with Greater Bethel AME Church!
Worshipping with Servants of Christ Anglican Church
Fr. Alex has a new blog post out! #ServantLifeGNV
servantsanglican.org Dear Servants, Winter has passed and spring is here. I mentioned in my Ash Wednesday sermon, it is a bit odd that even as we are fasting and solemn during the Lenten season, we see new life springing up around us. The days get longer and the flowers of spring forth. We have now reached …
The Third Sunday in Lent
Another of the highlights of last year's Lenten Devotional series was Carol Progulske Doak's blog about her work that has become her ministry.
servantsanglican.org For the past 24 years, Bob and I have owned or been owned by a service business. Although I never thought of this as a formal ministry, our business has certainly afforded me the opportunity to minister on numerous levels daily. And for us, it begins with our employees, who are our most important ...
If you were in church this morning or watched us live, you heard David our music leader ask for prayers for Fr. Nelson. Please pray for his wife, family, and his friends.
Fr. Nelson Koscheski
Sep. 15, 1941 - Mar. 17, 2019
Beloved son, husband, father, grandfather, priest, poet, and friend
The Second Sunday in Lent
We shared a few weeks ago that Fr. Nelson needed our prayers. Please read below and keep praying.
Update on Father Nelson:
Dear Friends, three weeks ago Fr. Nelson was admitted into the ICU. After coding and life support he miraculously recovered to the point of consciousness, speech, and increased strength and mobility.
Last weekend, as they were preparing to move him out of intensive care, Nelson took a sudden turn for the worse. They had to put him back on the ventilator, as his lungs just couldn’t keep up with the demand. He remained in the ICU.
At the same time, we were going from church to church across the Southwest, sharing Nelson’s beautiful words and asking congregations to pray for his healing.
A few days ago a palliative care doctor visited Nelson and his family. She delivered the sobering news that Nelson’s quality of life is so poor, he will not be going home.
Today Nelson had another ventricular tachycardia event, triggering his defibrillator while he was conscious. This is torturous for him. They disabled this function on his heart device so it won’t happen again. Now he is on morphine and heavily sedated.
Pray for Nelson’s wife Judy and their children Travis, Kim, and Timothy. Pray for comfort. A family friend told me today that the Holy Spirit’s presence is so thick in his room.
Veni, Sancte Spiritus.
We are in El Paso on our way back to Dallas. We are praying that Father holds on until Sunday, so we can see him.
Before we left for tour, Nelson blessed me and told me he has some ideas. Even then he was thinking about how his life can be a ministry to others.
Dr. Richard Horner, has visited us once a year for the last several years. We're looking forward to his return!
In this repost from our 2018 Lenten Devotional series, Sean Michael McDermott breaks down the ways we can pursue sanctification in and through ministry.
servantsanglican.org “The only real sadness, the only real failure, the only great tragedy in life, is not to become a saint.” Leon Bloy, French Poet A central doctrine held by many of the Church Fathers is that the essence of our lives is not in trying to make ourselves worthy of God; it is not …
The First Sunday in Lent
This Lent we're recapping some of the highlights from our last Lenten Devotional series. In this repost, Elena M. Rhodes talks about invisible ministers - the people who make it possible for the visible ministries to succeed.
servantsanglican.org In his book The Gifts of the Spirit, Derek Prince states that in ministry gifts, the believer himself (or herself) is Christ’s gift to His church. He is referring to the five ministry gifts Paul lists in Ephesians 4:11-13: apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. Worship leader, ...
If you’re looking for ways to stay focused on Jesus this Lent, let this be an aid. Thanks for sharing this playlist, Wendell Kimbrough.
open.spotify.com Lent is about surrender--letting go of things that feel urgent in order to see more clearly that which is most important. 40 days to fast, pray, and give, in order to help us draw closer to Jesus. Sound difficult? Here's a soundtrack to help us stay focused.
The Eighth Sunday after the Epiphany
For those following Fr. Nelson’s recovery. Fr. Nelson is the poet behind much of Liturgical Folk’s music, a group whose songs we sing often.
Update on Father Nelson:
It’s Day 9. To God’s praise we are accustomed to seeing miraculous improvement every day. Today is hard, though.
Nelson is terribly uncomfortable. He is having great difficulty swallowing. Please pray for healing and strength to return to his throat. It would be such a relief for him to be able to drink water. Let’s pray boldly for him to pass the swallow test by tomorrow.
He is also having trouble sleeping, as you might imagine. Pray for deep, healing sleep tonight.
His heart and lungs are doing well, but his kidneys are just not working. Pray for God to wake them up. Meantime, it’s dialysis. So grateful for medical technology and incredible hospital staff.
Despite the discomfort, Nelson is getting stronger. He sat up in a chair for a good while today. He is able to assume the Thinker’s position, bringing his left hand to his chin, and some tone is returning to his voice, which is such a joy to see and hear.
Keep praying. He still has a long way to go.
Fr. Michael La Cagnina wrote a blog post back in 2017 that walks through the history and the meaning behind the ritual of Ash Wednesday. As you prepare for Ash Wednesday and Lent, why not give it another read?
servantsanglican.org Since the Bible nowhere explicitly commands or condemns such a practice, Christians are at liberty to decide prayerfully, whether or not to observe Ash Wednesday. If a Christian decides to observe Ash Wednesday and/or Lent, it is important to have a biblical perspective. In this summary of Ash ...
The Seventh Sunday after the Epiphany
The poet behind the music of Liturgical Folk, Fr. Nelson Koscheski, is fighting for his life due to complications from a heart procedure yesterday. We enjoy their music and his words often in our services and his family and friends would appreciate your prayers for his complete recovery.
Update on Father Nelson:
Judy, Nelson’s wife, wanted us to sing some songs at his bedside. It was very moving. A couple people in the room noticed his body responding to the music. His blood pressure went up and down and up and down again, and his lips moved slightly. He’s fighting, y’all.
Thank you for your prayers. There have been small miracles. His kidneys are doing better. The color in his face is better. But he needs a big miracle.
Please pray for Nelson’s heart. His blood pressure needs to come up. Also, pray for him to start breathing on his own, especially throughout the next two nights and days.
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