Tuesday, January 30, 2007

We have found a Church!

As those of you who read this blog know, my husband and I have been going to the Episcopal Cathedral here in K.C. for 5 years now, yet with the changes the denomination is making we have not been happy there, as we are conservative and they are very Liberal. Anyway, we went to an Anglican church this past Sunday and really enjoyed it. It is a small church with no more than 20 people attending, if that. Right now they have 2 supply priests that take turns doing the services every other Sunday. The one that was there this Sunday is very nice, and would really like to be called as their full time Pastor, as he has plans for not only the church, but the Parish as well, and my husband and I both feel that we could be of more use to them than the Cathedral.

We do however, have an obligation to fulfill at the Cathedral this Sunday, and we will do that so as not to leave them in a lurch, but then we will turn in our resignations and leave.

Friday, January 05, 2007


I don't know how to put up any questions that I get, so I will have to look at them, then answer in a post.

Connie asked if I was going to look into the teachings of the Catholic Church with my husband.
Well, I was raised in the Catholic Church and I left after starting to read a Bible my Grandmother had, and in my reading, as I was reading the Ten Commandments, of course I read where it said we should have no other gods before us, that we should not worship any other gods, other than the One True God. I read that, and realized that the Catholic Church was doing the exact opposite of Scripture said, so therefore I left. I have been to a few funerals that were held in Catholic Church's,mainly because I had no choice. They were for my Parent's and an Aunt, all Catholic. As I have stated on Candy's blog and my own, my husband and I now go to the Episcopal Church which, if you have been watching, now has a woman as Presiding Bishop, who by the way is O.K. with gay marriage and ordaining gays into the ministry.

I would like to go to the Anglican Church, which does not believe in any of that! The Anglicans do believe in the King James Bible, and do not agree with gay marriage or ordaining gays into the ministry. And as far as I know, do not worship Mary or the saints like the Catholics. I may have to check into that one!