Fr. Dave Kulchar: Find It. Post It. Hide It!!

All Souls Anglican Mission is in its first year of gathering.   One summer outreach activity is to decorate rocks with simply words of blessing and hide them around our neighborhoods.  “Find it. Post it. Hide it.”  so others get blessed.  We are on the westside of Indy in a bedroom community of Brownsburg.  This project is found on FaceBook “Brownsburg Rocks”.  Blessed to be a blessing.


Fr. Mark Engel: We Didn’t Skip a Beat!

After three years of hard work, Gateway Anglican’s efforts to secure a lease purchase agreement on our facility in Greentown, OH fell through. A series of strange and wonderful events began to unfold in late March. This resulted in Gateway moving into a wonderful, large facility back in Canton, OH in mid-May. This new location puts us back in the center of many activities and several universities in the Hall of Fame city. We held our final Sunday Eucharist in Greentown, Ohio on May 14th. After a very smooth move we transitioned into the new facility holding our first Sunday eucharist on May 21st without skipping a beat.

Fr. Mark Engel


June Celtic Professional Retreat at St. Patrick’s Priory Church

Congratulations to our two newly professed Celts, Val Finnel and Derek Turrentine!
Congrats also to Fr Prior Gregory Myers, who was fully fledged as a staff-carrying autonomous Prior, to Fr David Metsinger who was appointed Prior of the Vita Nova community in Perry NY, and to Cynthia Jones, who was recognized as Chapter administrator for our Knoxville chapter of Celts!


Last year more than 100,000 people joined with the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to pray during the 10 days between Ascension and Pentecost.

This year, even more are expected to participate between May 25 and June 4

Archbishop Justin Welby says: “Jesus prayed at the Last Supper that we, those who follow him, might ‘be one that the world might believe’. We are invited to make a lasting difference in our nations and in our world, by responding to his call to find a deep unity of purpose in prayer…more