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Please share the notice below with your parish, congregation and fellow chaplains and join with traditional Christians across denominations at this great event.  We’ll be starting at 10 am, and, I am honored to be representing St. Alban’s and the Anglican side of the house in offering the Prayer of Confession & Repentance at 11 am. (We are hoping to do the Litany, so bring your Prayer Books!) The web link contains full information as to schedule and program.  We look forward to seeing you there, but if you can’t be there, please offer your prayers for the various intentions on the schedule. 

Blessings, Canon Charles Nalls

 Join us on the National Mall-SE Corner of the Washington Monument, at Sylvan Theater for “My People Pray”

Please make plans now to join with lay leaders, churches and prayer teams from around the nation on September 15, 2012 for “My People Pray”—a Christian prayer and praise event to seek the Lord’s guidance and grace in our lives.

Come pray with us
The effectual prayers of righteous men and women can transform our world and prepare us to usher in the Kingdom of our Lord. We hope that you and your church will come and join with other believers from across America at this outdoor event to be held on the grounds of the Washington Monument at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

A lay-initiated event designed for the whole body of Christ!
Representatives from important ministries and Bible believing churches across America will come and join us on September 15 for one hour, two hours, or for all day! We invite your prayer teams, Sunday school groups, families, and youth groups to come and pray with us in the heart of our nation.

Purposeful prayer
We have planned for a simple agenda that addresses specific prayer topics during each half hour. Included will be prayers of praise and adoration, confession and repentance, and thanksgiving. We will pray for our nation, for the world, for our families, for our leaders, for our churches and for the lost and needy.

You can read more about the program, participants and how to donate here:

http://www.mypeoplepray2012.org/

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ImageOn Friday, April 13th 2012 at 11:00 am, there will President Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday Commemoration will take place at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C.  The event, sponsored by the District Columbia Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, will include wreath-laying by representatives of a number of patriotic societies, the Federal government and the Commonwealth of Virginia accompanied by a military honor guard.  Canon Nalls is scheduled to deliver the invocation and benediction.

For Our Country.

ALMIGHTY God, who hast given us this good land for our heritage; We humbly beseech thee that we may always prove ourselves a people mindful of thy favour and glad to do thy will. Bless our land with honourable industry, sound learning, and pure manners. Save us from violence, discord, and confusion; from pride and arrogancy, and from every evil way. Defend our liberties, and fashion into one united people the multitudes brought hither out of many kindreds and tongues. Endue with the spirit of wisdom those to whom in thy Name we entrust the authority of government, that there may be justice and peace at home, and that, through obedience to thy law, we may show forth thy praise among the nations of the earth. In the time of prosperity, fill our hearts with thankfulness, and in the day of trouble, suffer not our trust in thee to fail; all which we ask through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Prayer Attributed to Thomas Jefferson-1928 Book of Common Prayer p. 36.

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There will be a special program on emergency preparedness held on April 14th at 7 pm at St. Alban’s Church, 4006 Hermitage Road, Richmond VA 23222.

Representatives from Shelf-Reliance, specialists in food storage and emergency preparedness food products and other sustainment items,  will discuss how to:

**Create your own “Home Store” & always have the food you need

**Set up a “PLANNER” to plan how much food your family needs for a given length of time.

**Fit a monthly “Q” into your food budget to order that food and be ready for any emergency.

We will be discussing the 5 Principles of Preparedness

Being prepared to handle any emergency-short or long term, natural or man-made disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, financial meltdown and escalating crime, snd so forth.

1. Self Reliance

Learn self-reliant skills to take care of as many of your needs on your own as you can. Meet with other like-minded people to do what you cannot do.

2. A Year’s Supply

Food Insurance-(like health and car insurance) having a year’s supply on hand gives peace of mind for any emergency

3. Thrift and Frugality

Challenge yourself to see how to see how little you can survive on. Learn to re-use many things and make items have multiple uses.

4. Independence

Can you become independent of electricity, your employer, government programs, etc? The more you are, the better you will survive a financial breakdown or any other emergency.

5. Industrious

Keep busy learning new skills you may need in the future for yourself or to barter.

Being prepared is nothing new. Our grandparents always had food on hand. It was not normal to not be prepared. People were self reliant, bartered their skills, and relied on themselves to take care of their needs. Only in the past few decades have we become more dependent on someone else supplying our food, health care needs, income, and other necessities.

We hope to see you at this important and informative program.

For Reservations : Please call Fr. Nalls at 804-262-6100 or 202-262-5519 or you can e-mail cnalls@canonlaw.org

 

 

 

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ImageJoin us on Saturday, March 17th beginning at 9 am (Morning Prayer at 8 a.m.) for a day of reflection, prayer, study and fellowship.  Programs will include meditations on the “Communion of the Saints”, “fasting” and “Lenten Collects” as well as sessions on liturgical music.  Priests will be available to hear Confessions throughout the day i…n the penance chapel, and there will be services of morning and evening prayer as well as the Eucharist.  A registration fee of $12 covers a breakfast and lunch of Lenten fare (vegetable soup, bread, etc.).  For those unable to afford the registration, we will make arrangements for you to join us.

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The Sacrament of Confirmation will be conferred on Sunday, February 5th at the 11:00 Mass. The newly-consecrated bishop, d.v., will confirm the children who have been receiving catechetical instruction this last year. E-mails with the lists of confirmandi have been circulated to the parents. Please let the Rector know whether your child will be present.

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On Saturday, February 4 at 10 am, deo volente, Fr. Donald F. Lerow will be consecrated Bishop of the Armed Forces (ACC) and will become the episcopal visitor for the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic States (ACC). Participants must be present at the rehearsal, Friday, February 4th at 3 pm.
The consecration will be followed by a reception sponsored by the diocese and hosted by the Ladies of Saint Alban’s.
At 8 am, there will be a chanted Matins for all who wish to attend.

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On Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 4:00 p.m., St. Alban’s will host a presentation by Mark Dellinger, VA and WV area coordinator for Voice of the Martyrs.  Mark will be speaking about, and asking prayers for, our persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ throughout the world.  Please invite as many as you can to this important and powerful program.

The Voice of the Martyrs is a non-profit, inter-denominational Christian organizationdedicated to assisting the persecuted church worldwide. VOM was founded in 1967 by Pastor Richard Wurmbrand, who was imprisoned 14 years in Communist Romania for his faith in Christ. His wife, Sabina, was imprisoned for three years. In the 1960s, Richard, Sabina, and their son, Mihai, were ransomed out of Romania and came to the United States.

Through their travels, the Wurmbrands spread the message of the atrocities that Christians face in restricted nations, while establishing a network of offices dedicated to assisting the persecuted church. The Voice of the Martyrs continues in this mission around the world today through the following main purposes:

VOM’s ministry is based on Hebrews 13:3:

   Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body.

Help

VOM helps Christians who are or have been, persecuted for their involvement in spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. They provide medical assistance, food, clothing, and other forms of aid.

Love

VOM supports Christians who are willing to invite their fellow men, even their persecutors, to Jesus Christ through faithful deeds of love in a hostile environment. They supply Bibles, literature, radios, and other evangelistic tools.

Encourage

They encourage persecuted Christians by giving their testimony a voice, informing Christians in the USA to know how to help. VOM believes that the lives and the testimony of persecuted Christians is a vital part of the fellowship of all believers and will challenge and strengthen the faith of Christians everywhere.

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An Orthodox Evening


St. Luke

On Friday, September 16th, St. Luke’s Anglican Church is sponsoring a talk on the Orthodox Church as part of this fall’s ecumenical series.  Fr. Alford, pastor of St. Gregory’s Parish in Washington, D.C., is a former Episcopal clergyman who became an Western Rite Orthodox priest in the mid-1990s.  Fr. Nicholas will provide an overview of Western Rite Orthodoxy and its activities in the United States. Vespers will take place at 6:30 pm followed by the program at 7:00 pm. A second talk by Fr. Seraphim Stephens of the Russian Church Outside of Russia on the Eastern Rite is planned for St. Alban’s in late September.   Join the folks at St. Luke’s, 555 River Road West, Manakin, Virginia for this outstanding ecumenical event.

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Saturday, August 20 · 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Clarion Inn North, 801 East Parham Road, Richmond, VA (804) 266-8753

“Islam, America and the Terrorist Threat” with Dr. Sebastian Gorka

America will soon commemorate the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Osama bin Laden is dead, but his ideology of global jihad is alive and well. How should we understand the threat to America? What do you need to know about Islam? And what can you do to make America safer?

Dr. Sebastian Gorka teaches irregular warfare and Counterterrorism at National Defense University. He specializes in training law enforcement and Special Forces to understand the nature of today’s threat. He has testified before Congress and is a frequent contributor to Fox News, CNN, CBS, the John Batchelor Show, and the BBC

In the Pocahontas Room at the Clarion Inn from 4-6PM Lecture about an hour Q&A afterwards, light refreshments.

Lots of Parking, next to the Diner. In front of the Lowes complex on Parham Road right next to I-95. Can’t miss it and you don’t want to miss this dynamic speaker!!!

Brought to you by Saint Athanasius Traditional Anglican Church, 10811 Staples Mill Road in Glen Allen. The little ‘house church’!

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Join us for family movie night on Friday, August 5th. The film will be the classic mystery The Maltese Falcon. a 1941 Warner Bros. film based on the novel of the same name by Dashiell Hammett and a remake of the 1931 film of the same name.Written and directed by John Huston, the film stars Humphrey Bogart as private investigator Sam SpadeMary Astor as his femme fatale client; Gladys George, who received third billing despite having a relatively minor role; Peter Lorre; and Sydney Greenstreet in his film debut. The film was Huston’s directorial debut and was nominated for three Academy Awards.  The story concerns a San Francisco private detective’s dealings with three unscrupulous adventurers who compete to obtain a fabulous jewel-encrusted statuette of a falcon. The Maltese Falcon has been named as one of the greatest films of all time by Roger Ebert,[5] and Entertainment Weekly,and was cited by Panorama du Film Noir Américain, the first major work on film noir, as the first film of that genre.

Dinner at 6 (contributions for pizza and sodas will be most welcome) and the movie starts at 6:30 pm.

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