Bible Study, Easter, What Makes Us Special

Bible Study: A Journey with Jesus in Lent

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Reverend Christopher Bogosh will once again be teaching an excellent Bible study beginning February 18th. This study is called A Journey with Jesus in Lent. Participants will learn the purpose of the Lenten season in the Anglican Tradtion, with the Journey begining the day after Ash Wednesday and continuing until Palm Sunday.  Rev. Chris will help us to learn ways to grow in grace, kill remaining sin, resist temptation, cultivate faithfulness, and keep in step with the Spirit, so that on Easter morning the joy of Christ’s resurrection will fill the soul with newness of life.

We hope you’ll join us either in church or through a video posted after each Sunday’s lesson.  Classes begin each Sunday at 9:30 am with regular service to follow. Please see where to buy the companion book for the class and each week’s free lesson video under Bible Studies in the top navigation bar.




Bible Study, What Makes Us Special

The Book of Revelation: A Bible Study for 2018

Reverend Christopher Bogosh has received high praise for his thoughtful, in-depth, and enthusiastic approach to various books of the Bible.  Resurrection is so blessed to have him teachning once again this January 2018.

Our newest Bible study will be on the Book of Revelation – considered daunting by some, wildly interesting by others, and difficult by many.  Allow Reverend Chris to unravel some of the confusion and you’ll marvel at this fascinating book outlining our end of times.

Bible study begins this Sunday, January 7th and continues throughout the winter. Course materials will be available for a nominal fee at week two.

We look forward to having you join us on this compelling journey into the Book of Revelations!  Oh, and stay for service afterwards with coffee, pastries, and fellowship!


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Church Ordinations, Keoka Lake Anglican Fellowship, St. Andrew's Traditional Anglican Church, What Makes Us Special

Reverend Christopher Bogosh Ordained to the Preisthood

St. Andrew’s Traditional Anglican Church graciously hosted the ordination of Reverend Christopher Bogosh on Saturday, August 26th. Originally from Boston, Christopher was able to have his family in attendance – a day made even more meaningful with their love and support.

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Ordained by our own The Right Reverend Ian D. Anderson, Christopher also had a number of Resurrection Anglican Church’s clergy in attendance. With a full church, beautiful organ music, and a catered luncheon following, it was a highly spiritual ceremony celebrated with great joy and fellowship.

Blog 2Deacon Mark Maurais, from Resurrection, led the processional, assisted in the ordination and read the Epistle. Canon Stephen DelSignore, Rector of St. Andrew’s, delivered a moving sermon on the meaning of the ministerial call.

Blog 3Bishop Ian read the Gospel.

Blog 4Christopher kneels before the altar in presentation before Bishop Ian and other clergy. Here he makes his vows and committment to the Anglican faith.

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Blog 6Christopher receives his stole as it’s draped by Reverend Greg Bennett of Resurrection Anglican and Keoka Lake Anglican Fellowship in Maine.

Blog 7A special moment showing the laying on of hands by the clergy, as Christopher is ordained a priest in the Reformed Anglican Church.

Blog 8As Reverend Christopher was formally introduced to the congregation, his sister stepped from her pew and planted a congratulartory kiss on his cheek! Unexpected and sweet!

Blog 9And then, Reverend Christopher celebrated his first communion with the clergy and then the congregants of St. Andrew’s.

Blog 10Canon Stephen administers the chalice to his daughters, Abigail and Meghan, as Reverend Christoper gives blessings to some of the others.

Blog 11Bishop Ian blesses the congregants to “Go in peace, to love and serve the Lord,” in conclusion of the service. Reverend Christopher poses with the clergy at the altar. (L to R: Deacon Mark Maurais, Bishop Ian Anderson, Reverend Christopher Bogosh, Canon Stephen DelSignore, and Reverend Greg Bennett)

Blog 12Reverend Christopher is beaming as he poses with his family inside and outside the church. The woman in the photo frame is his sister, who sadly passed away. We’re all certain she was there in spirit!

We congratulate Reverend Christopher on his ordination and wish him many, many years in service to the Lord and those he ministers to along the way. We’re confident that all of those who know him will be richly blessed by his knowledge and compassion for others.

Blessings and Peace,

+Ian Anderson