by Sergei Mudrov It was easy to get from San Francisco to Berkeley, CA., by high-speed train. It took me half an hour to reach Ashby Station, from which St. John the Baptist’s Church is five minutes’ walk. Fr. Edward Henderson has served here for over six years—since autumn 2013, almost since his ordination. He made […]
By David Gilchrist This article is taken from a pamphlet originally written in November 1993, and revised in 2019. The family I came from was firmly Evangelical and Protestant. I started life as a Presbyterian in Northern Ireland, and when we came to England, we worshipped first with Anglicans, and later with Baptists. It was […]
by David E. Sumner The Anglican Communion, from where I came to Orthodox Christianity, consists of churches in 40 countries that grew out of the Church of England. The Episcopal Church—the American branch of Anglicanism—was brought here by English settlers 100 years before the American revolution. I was a member of the Episcopal Church for […]
I grew up in a southern Baptist household. Well, my mom was Baptist and my dad was agnostic. My church life wasn’t constant. We went through periods of church attendance and would fall off until my mom found a new Baptist Church that she liked. While all this was going on, I was becoming a […]
Cole Knight, a former Anglican, got Baptized in the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church. He shares his witness of it.