The Parish Church of Connersville, Indiana

The hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship Him

(St. John 4:23).

A message from the Pastor

Our goal in Connersville is to be faithful to the tradition which brought the truth of Christ to generations of American Christians. We seek to build an embassy of Christ’s love by providing an ordered way of life which encourages community and solidarity in exchange for nihilism, materialism, and despair. There is work to be done and incredible challenges to be overcome, but we take solace in St. Paul’s words to the first Roman church plant: ‘…if Christ be for us, who can be against us?’

 

 

 

 

We are a living example of the Scriptural Church. Through the Bible and the Book of Common Prayer, the Anglican Christian can hold in his hands the very way to everlasting life.

This rule of faith is our heritage; the new heaven and earth is our home.

Service Schedule

Catechism (Christian Education)

Sunday 9:45 a.m.

Morning Service

Sunday 10:30 a.m.

Evening Prayer

Sunday 4:00 p.m.

Daily Office (30 minute prayer services)

Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

 Bible Study

Join us in the sanctuary: 6:30 p.m. 

Home Schoolers Welcome

The raising and discipling of young, immortal souls is the most important work of every generation, and our church stands as a ready and fully committed ally for those who have sacrificed so much for the little children our Lord so greatly loves. Talk to our pastor about opportunities for prayer, workshops, and cooperative learning.

Latest Updates

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The Seventh Sunday after Trinity 2024

There lies our true position, and that is where our loving God meets us. As St. Paul writes, ‘For the wages of sin is death; but the free gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.’ (Romans 6:23). Evil promises to pay us the fair wages our good and bad works deserve. Evil promises to meet us at the end of our lives—as we are stripped of all our possessions and loves and hobbies and accomplishments—evil will be there with a smile and check made out to death. If evil is the master we choose, we will be treated fairly—we will be left with nothing but the cruel master we served but could never save: we will be left with nothing but ourselves. If then we are, by our maimed and bloodied natures, constrained to serve some master this side of the grave, let it be the master who has revealed His righteousness not as some abstract theory, not through a list of rules, not even as a reward for a job well done. Let us serve the master who broke Himself against the same humanity that is breaking us; let us serve the master who looked at the warring, selfish, spiteful tribes of men and said, ‘I will save them, I will redeem them, I will show them how to love.’ We begin by never again saying, ‘I know best,’ we continue by recognizing that the only lasting part of our lives, the only thing which will matter when the last tears are shed over our graves, is the free gift of eternal life won for us by the God who looks down from the cross and says, ‘Follow me.’ It is only in the following of the master who has bought us back from death that we begin to taste and sense the great freedom of His bloody exaltation. The Christian, made new in the baptism of Christ’s blood, must say, ‘I am yours: lead me where you will. Lead me into sadness and suffering; lead me into pain and grief; lead me into sacrifice and praise; lead me to the resurrection; lead me to the new earth; lead me to freedom; lead me to forever.


Sermon Date: July 14, 2024

Passage: Romans 6

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