Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Update

I have accepted a call to St. Benedict's Anglican Catholic Church in Chapel Hill, North Carolina (near Duke University). We expect to move there in February. It is in the Diocese of the South, so I am pleased to announce that I will be serving under Archbishop Mark Haverland...On two upcoming Sundays, Dec. 28th and January 4th I will be celebrating and preaching at St. Andrew and St. Margaret of Scotland in Alexandria, Va.

Below, see my sermon for Christmas, and consider it my Christmas card and blessing for each and everyone.

10 comments:

Albion Land said...

Fr Hart,

My best wishes and prayers for you in your new ministry.

poetreader said...

St. Benedict's has made a wise choice.

ed

Alice C. Linsley said...

God's perfect timing! You will be a blessing to many, Fr Hart. Vaya con Dios!

Shaughn said...

Fr. Hart,

Congratulations, and welcome to the Diocese of the South!

FrTomVa said...

Fr. Hart,

May God bless your new ministry at St. Benedict's -we will miss you in DMAS.

PS - UNC Tarheels will tell you that Chapel Hill is 'far away' from Durham (and Duke).

Tom McHenry+
Archdeacon, DMAS

Fr. John said...

Welcome Father! You have a splendid parish made up of splendid people. I shall be glad to meet you at last. See you at synod this Spring, if not before.

Sandra McColl said...

Warmest Christmas greetings to you, Father, and to all my virtual friends (who are, I am sure, real in their own territory) who drop by here.

Father Chad said...

Dear Father,

Congratulations and God bless you! Saint Benedict's is most blessed to have you and your ministry. I had the great privilege of living and serving at Saint Benedict's while a seminarian at Duke Divinity School from 1993 to 1996: it was a wonderful and once-in-a-lifetime experience. Please be assured of my prayers for you and your family.

Canon Tallis said...

Both St Benedict's and Chapel Hill are going to be blessed by your ministry there. But even more this is a wonderful Christmas gift to all the rest of us who have had you and your family in our prayers and will keep them there.

Rkbrookescyp said...

Praying God's richest blessing as you continue your walk with and following our Divine Lord. And your Nativity sermon was so immensely powerful and so true. Without the Incarnation, the cross is meaningless and empty and we are still in our sins!