Church Ordinations

Christopher Bogosh Ordained a Deacon


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Ordaining a man into the deaconate is both an honor and a pleasure.  While, it’s wonderful to see a man dedicate his life to worshiping God, spreading the Word to others while planning a new church is truly a blessing to all.

Christopher Bogosh was already an accomplished clergyman from another denomination when he came to Resurrection Anglican Church. Not long ago he felt compelled to continue his works in the Anglican Tradition, and so began his study and journey towards receiving Anglican orders.  A published author, his books are well written and thoroughly researched, providing the reader with valuable insight into living a Christian life in today’s complicated world.

So, it was with great joy that we welcomed him into the Reformed Anglican Church on June 9th as a Transitional Deacon. As we look forward to more of Christopher’s terrific preaching this summer, he will be preparing for his final ordination to the priesthood on August 26th in Middleborough, Massechussets.  The Very Reverend Stephen DelSignore of St. Andrew’s Anglican Church will host this event during the National Synod, August 25-27th. Along with visiting clergy, Presiding Bishop Del Murray will also be in attendance.

We couldn’t be more excited to see where Christopher’s walk takes him, and we’re looking forward to seeing the many lives he touches with the Gospel.

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Church Ordinations

Mark Maurais Ordained a Deacon

Advent 4 was a truly special Sunday as our long-time lay reader, Mark Maurais, was ordained a Deacon. We are so blessed to have Mark as part of our clergy team in the Diocese of the Resurrection. He’ll begin working towards the development of new missions. We wish him all the best!collage-1






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