Truro's Parish Picnic is this Sunday, August 13th! We hope you'll join us. We could still use some people signing-up to bring food or to help make the day happen. And if you're wondering why we love our Parish Picnic so much, here's another reason: It affirms the need for [...]
Remember that YOU and any friends you’d like are invited to our upcoming Church-wide picnic. As if the possibility of seeing Tim go down a water slide (come on Tim…) isn’t enough reason to come, here is part two of our “Why do we do a church-wide picnic again?” series: [...]
Join us in ONE MONTH for Truro’s annual Parish Picnic after our 11:15 morning service! A parish-wide picnic takes a lot of work on everyone’s part. You might be asking “Why do we even have a parish picnic?!” Though your tone could have done with one less exclamation point, I'm [...]
Next week, the Archbishop of Canterbury has invited all 37 Anglican Primates from across the world (including ACNA's own Archbishop, Foley Beach) to Lambeth to reflect and pray together concerning the future of the Anglican Communion. The gathering (Jan 11–16) will be an opportunity from the Primates to discuss the [...]
In 2015, the Rector's Forum will largely be devoted to a study of the book of Revelation. We will study the Apostle John's Visionary Book in the context of the whole canon of scripture to understand how he has summarized and re-stated the whole message of the Bible by re-imagining key images and concepts of both the Old and New Testaments.
Listen to Tory's Christmas Eve message.
This coming Easter, during Easter Vigil (see schedule), Bishop John will be confirming members of Truro. Confirmation is a public confession of faith in Jesus as Savior and Lord. It is always appropriate for Christians to publicly confess Jesus. What makes confirmation unique is that it is done before other [...]
Truro has several mission partners working in the Sudan: 5 Talents, Becky Shah and Tom Prichard. Archbishop Moses Deng Bol traces much of the conflict in the region to an inadequate understanding of the gospel. That is true not just in the Sudan but also in the USA. Those who have a shallow and inadequate grasp of the gospel of peace tend to escalate rather than deescalate conflict. Let us continue our work among the Sudanese as well as continue to grow with them in the work of peacemaking.
Tory is at the Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB) Leader Conference this week. To see what is happening at the conference, click here.