Thursday: Mid-afternoon to 5:30PMCheck-in, informal gathering and fellowship6PM Evening Prayer6:30-8PM Evening Session8PM-? Celtic Evening Song...Red Ox TavernFriday:9AM Morning Prayer at SJA10-11:15AM Session 111:15-11:45AM Break 111:45-1PM Session 21-2PM Lunch at SJA, provided2:15-3:30PM Session 33:30-4PM Break 24-5:15 Session 46PM Chrism Mass (Oils)8PM Joint Dinner, Red Ox TavernSaturday:9AM Morning Prayer10AM-12PM.Last Session, wrap up, unfinished business12-12:30PM Final Blessing and Dismissal
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Friday, July 22, 2011
The Missionary Society of St John will gather August 11-13 in its bi-annual synod for fellowship, worship, education and to conduct its business. The opening session is slated for 6pm, on Thursday, August 11. The parish of St. John the Apostle, Clinton Township, Michigan will host. We are pleased to announce our special guest speaker will the the Rev. Dr. Jack Lumanog. Guests are welcome and may call 586-264-6044 or email msjanglican "at" yahoo.com for registration and hotel information.
The Rev. Canon Dr. Jon Ignatius Lumanog serves as Rector of Christ the King Anglican Church in DeWitt, Michigan and as the Clergy Formation Advisor for the Heart of North America Region of the Anglican Mission in the Americas. Canon Lumanog is passionately committed to collaborating with churches and ministries of all denominations to expand the Kingdom of God.
Canon Lumanog has served in various ministry capacities as Archdeacon to the Bishop and Province, Interim Rector, Evangelist, Worship Leader, Youth Pastor and as Home Missionary-in-Training at an inner city church. Lumanog is a 1996 graduate of Cornell College (BA, Religion). Graduate studies include Master of Divinity (Anglican Studies) and Doctor of Ministry (Pastoral Counseling and Church Administration) degrees.
Dr. Lumanog serves as the Great Lakes Region Deputy Chaplain for Administration and the Wing Chaplain for the State of Michigan with the United States Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol where he holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
He resides in Lansing, Michigan with his wife, Amy, and their daughters, Ainsley Mae and Hadley Grace.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Canon Lumanog will be the chief programmatic officer of the Anglican Church in North America assisting Archbishop Duncan in carrying out the mission of the Province, both domestically and with international Anglican mission partners.
The Anglican Church in North America announced The Venerable Dr. Jon (Jack) Lumanog as the new Canon for Provincial and Global Mission. In his new role, Canon Lumanog will be the chief programmatic officer of the Anglican Church in North America assisting Archbishop Duncan in carrying out the mission of the Province, both domestically and with international Anglican mission partners.
“Canon Jack Lumanog will bring tremendous gifts and energy to the work of building the Province together. In his own history are the three streams of our Church life, a fact which strongly draws him to our vision for a biblical, missionary and united Anglicanism in North America. I look forward to his joining me as a ‘right hand’ in the mission of reaching out with the transforming love of Jesus Christ both domestically and abroad,” said the Most Rev. Robert Duncan, Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church in North America.
Canon Lumanog most recently served as church planter and the first rector of Christ the King Anglican Church in Lansing, Michigan. He also serves as the clergy formation advisor for the Heart of North America Region of the Anglican Mission in the Americas (AMiA). While planting Christ the King in Lansing, Canon Lumanog was involved in campus ministry at Michigan State University and was elected twice as president of the Religious Advisors Association where he worked with the officially recognized campus ministries in the Christian and Jewish traditions. He also was active in ministry in the areas of church planting and acts of service to those hit hardest by the economic crisis in the Mid-Michigan region.
Canon Lumanog expressed his passion for mission, stating, “To see the Anglican tradition at its best is to see everybody around the table of the Lord being transformed in His presence. I’ll go wherever the Lord wants me to go and I’m humbled by the call to assist the Anglican Church in North America as we strive to fulfill the Great Commission.”
“Jack has been a valuable part of our regional leadership team for several years and is one of the most competent priests I have had the privilege to work with. All of us in the Anglican Mission are excited for this new chapter in Jack and Amy’s lives and ministries and are encouraged that his service to the Anglican Church in North America will deepen the bonds of affection and cooperation in our Anglican family,” said Bishop Doc Loomis of the AMiA.
Canon Lumanog has served in various ministry capacities as archdeacon, interim rector, evangelist, worship leader, youth pastor and as home missionary-in-training at an inner-city church. He is a 1996 graduate of Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa (BA, Religion). Graduate studies include master of divinity (Anglican studies) and doctor of ministry (pastoral counseling and church administration) degrees. Canon Lumanog and his wife, Amy, have two daughters, Ainsley and Hadley.
The role of Canon for the Provincial and Global Mission was previously held by Canon Daryl Fenton who will continue to serve as a priest in the Anglican Church in North America and in the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Canon Fenton is joining the Church’s Ministry among Jewish People (CMJ USA). As CMJ is a worldwide Anglican mission, he will continue to support the ministry direction set by Archbishop Duncan and the bishops of the Province.