At Apostles By-the-Sea we love Jesus and we want everyone to know the love and joy of living life in fellowship with him. We are convinced that life with Jesus is better than any other kind of life. Over and over in the Gospels we read about people who meet Jesus and he is never who they expected him to be. And when they meet him, something happens, something changes. People are never quite the same after they encounter Jesus. Some are fed. Some are healed. Some are forgiven. Some get mad! Some are known more deeply than ever before. Some are even raised from the dead! No one stays the same.
During his earthly ministry, Jesus called people to himself and then sent them out to share his love with the world. These ‘sent ones’ are called Apostles - a word that means those who have been sent. That’s who we hope to be: People gathered together to worship God, to be nourished by his Word and Sacraments, and then sent out with his life, love, and grace into this world.
That's our prayer for anyone who comes to one of our services. And we invite you to come - whether you live here full time or are here for vacation! And when you do come, we pray that you will have an encounter with Jesus. And no matter who you expect him to be, we hope that he will surprise you and challenge you.
So come be fed and healed and forgiven. You are welcome here.
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Anglican Relief and Development
The official relief and development arm of the Anglican Church in North America.
Water filters and community transformation
in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Kule Joram & Biira Roset
Joram was kidnapped by bandits and forced to be a child soldier at the age of nine when his village was attacked and his parents were crippled. Fr. John met him after his escape and now Apostles By-the-Sea makes it possible for Joram and his sister, Roset, to attend school.
Caring and Sharing
Feeding the hungry and helping our neighbors in need in Walton County.
Ryan and Stephanie Robinson
Our missionaries in Haiti with Justice Water.
Sharing the Gospel and the gift of clean water with those who need it the most.
Panama City Rescue Mission
Helping the homeless in Panama City.
Shelter for women and children
in Panama City.
Rescuing Children from Poverty
in Jesus’ Name.
The Rev. Aaron Harrison, Deacon
Aaron studied at Duke Divinity School and brings a deep love of God, theology, music, and prayer to his vocation. God willing, he will be ordained to the priesthood next June following his diaconal year at Apostles By-the-Sea.
You can reach Deacon Aaron at email@example.com.
Sunday, April 27, 2014
11:15 a.m. in the
Rosemary Beach Town Hall
The Collect for the Second Sunday of Easter
Almighty and everlasting God, who in the Paschal mystery established the new covenant of reconciliation: Grant that all who have been reborn into the fellowship of Christ's Body may show forth in their lives what they profess by their faith; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
Each Sunday we gather at 11:15 a.m. in the Town Hall in Rosemary Beach to celebrate Holy Eucharist.
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