by The Most Rev. Yusto Muhereza Kampala, Uganda I am glad to report that we have been having Fellowship meetings at Makindye in Kampala. Sunday, December 13, 2009, I launched and opened a full Parish church with the Sunday Eucharist. We are temporarily hosted by Orphans Rescue Ministries (ORM) –Read More
by The Most Rev. Yusto Muhereza, Bishop Diocese of South West Uganda and Prisons Kihiihi, Uganda In 2000 the Charismatic Episcopal Church purchased a plot of land in Kihiihi, Uganda, now the See of the Diocese of South West Uganda and Prisons. The Church soon began building a place forRead More
The Cathedral of Christ the King (Mid-South Diocese) has launched a new website. The website provides important information regarding services, upcoming events, ministries, missions, and much more. To view the new website, go to www.ctkcec.org.
On January 17, 2010, Cathedral Church of the King in Olathe, Kansas will launch 5 new small groups presenting Focus on the Family’s The Truth Project. 10 small group leaders gathered for training at the Cathedral, Saturday, December 12. The Truth Project, developed by Dr. Del Tacket, President of theRead More
Archbishop Craig Bates has started a twitter feed under the name: PatriarchCEC. You may follow his tweets here. The Patriarch is also on Facebook under “Craig Bates” and “Patriarch Craig Bates”
On Sunday, December 6, 2009, Saint Michael’s Church welcomed Archbishop Craig Bates and his wife Cathy to our service. It was his first visit to Saint Michael’s since becoming the Patriarch of the Charismatic Episcopal Church, and it was an anointed time. His Advent message had us laughing, crying, andRead More
At the Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg, Georgia on Sunday, December 6th, Bishop David Epps began the services as usual with the processional hymn and acclamation. For most of those present, the first time they knew the day’s service was going to be something special was when theRead More
Bishop Gene Lilly received a new community into Christ our Savior Parish. One of the families moved to the Mintal area and shared Jesus with their new neighbors. They wanted to hear more, so Deacon Winston Silva went to that area and started teaching a Bible Study; The group grewRead More
The ICCEC is growing around the world. Every week we hear from someone or some group who are interested in entering our communion. The International Development Agency is the agency responsible for dealing with these issues. In Africa the ICCEC is growing rapidly, and the growth is of Churches alreadyRead More
I commend to all our Christians the viewing of the IDA Christmas Offering video. The scenes brought back joyful remembrances to me and thanksgiving for the years I was allowed to serve Jesus as Canon and later Supervising Bishop in Africa. As the Patriarch stated, the need is tremendous, andRead More
The Diocese of Florida held their annual Clergy Conference at the Cathedral Church of the Resurrection in Miramar Florida this past November 13th and 14th. The event began with an informal reception for the clergy and wives hosted by Bishop David and Toni Simpson at their home. On Saturday morningRead More
“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, the breaking of bread and prayers.” (Acts 2:42) Fifty members of the Cathedral Church of the Intercessor (Malverne, NY) who are members of Households of Prayer enjoyed supper and fellowship together with Archbishop Craig Bates, patriarch of the ICCEC, and otherRead More
Bishop Prakash Yuhanna and his family celebrated their first Thanksgiving in their new hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina. They enjoyed a tasty feast at the home of Deacon Ron & Sandra Howell in Wilmington, NC. Deacon Ron serves at The Church of St. Peter the Fisherman with Father Mark Johnson.
by Father Mike Birdsong Vicar of St. Michael and All Angels Church Thomaston, GA Then the King will say to those on his right, “Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. For I was hungryRead More