The church picnic will be held Sunday, August 28th. One service at 9:30 am. We’re doing something a little different this year so watch the E-Announcements for more information.
Show your support for our Police. Place a strip of blue masking tape across the rear bumper of your car.
Do Something Good For Your Country
Work for the peace and prosperity of the city where I sent you into exile.
Pray to the LORD for it, for its welfare will determine your welfare.
Come Join Us
The world is in turmoil. In many places, civil order is breaking down. An April 2016 Gallup poll reports that over 71% of
Americans think the country is on the wrong track. Governments, including our own, have become hostile to Christians.
Democrats and Republicans, Left and Right, are talking past each other. How did this happen? What should we Christians be
We will be looking at these questions together (with lots of time for questions and discussion) on Wednesday evenings from 7:00
to 8:15 at Saint Charles Anglican Church beginning June 15 and ending December 15 (27 sessions). Dennis Vogt will be leading a workshop entitled:
God is Raising up a People: Understanding the Politics of God and the Politics of Man
We will cover:
Human political history from Cain to Jesus to the Thirty Nine Articles
Human political history from King James I to the US Constitution to Herbert Hoover
Our Current Crisis of Authority. What we can learn from Karl Barth, National Socialism, and the Barmen Confession of 1934.
Our Half Century Descent into Civil Folly: What we can learn from Bonhoeffer’s “Letters and Papers from Prison” (1943), the Biblical Wisdom Literature, C.S. Lewis, and some contemporary (i.e. post internet) thinkers and writers.
The Christian Community and the Civil Community Today. As a people under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, “at such a time as this” what is our personal and collective responsibility to Him and His Kingdom?
For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works
which God prepared beforehand so that we would walk in them.
For God has not given us a spirit of fear,
but of power and of love and of a sound mind.
2 Timothy 2:17
All sessions will be recorded and available online the following week at www.stcharlesanglican.org
Host a Short Term Japanese Student!
Opening doors to the world since 1980 br>
Cultural Homestay International. A wonderful opportunity is waiting for you!
We are looking for host families for a short term Japanese Students (about 23 days) in the Poulsbo/ Kingston area.
Students arrive on July 26th. They have their own spending money and insurance and can speak some English. They will be attending English class from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday through Friday in Poulsbo at North Kitsap
-Conversation in a real American home.
-A place to sleep (can share a room with host sibling of the same gender.)
-Meals, breakfast, dinner and sack lunch for school.
-Support & friendship as your student discovers a new world around themselves along the way.
Families DON’T provide:
-Spending money or supplies.
-Extensive ‘showing around.’
-Anything fancy, we’re going for the genuine American experience.
Please consider opening your home to one of these students.
Please contact Karen Moore 360-598-2341 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to our parish!
19351 8th Avenue NE, Ste. 205, Poulsbo, WA 98370
(Sound Publishing Bldg. at the south end of Rite Aid shopping complex)
Anglican Fourth Day (A4D)
This year marks another year where the Holy Spirit has been seen to move during these discipleship weekends. Ultreya!
Ultreya gatherings are held on the first Sunday of each month after the 10:30 service. Everyone is welcome to join us and to share in the pot luck lunch.