Grace Anglican’s worship can appear very different from some churches and we have some practices that you may not be familiar with. In these videos, Father Jeremiah addresses some of the questions he has received during his years as an Anglican. If there isn’t a video on something you are curious about, please email Father Jeremiah at gacgastonia@gmail.com and ask your question. He will address it and post it as he is able.

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Father Jeremiah gives some reasons for why Grace Anglican uses the Book of Common Prayer. Why would we use a written liturgy? How does it help us in everyday life? Watch and find out how the Book of Common Prayer can affect your life.

In many liturgical worship services, prayers will be labeled as a "Collect" (pronounced cah-lekt). Why is this? What kind of prayer is a collect? Father Jeremiah describes the purpose of the collect in our worship as well as its anatomy. He concludes with how the form of prayer has been an aid in his own prayer life through the years.

The Transfiguration is a great event in Jesus' life and ministry. Father Jeremiah walks us through the story from the Gospel of Luke and gives some thoughts about the deep meaning of this miracle. Father Jeremiah is the vicar (part time parish priest) of Grace Anglican Church in Gastonia, NC.
Father Jeremiah gives some explanation and historical context for the use of the term 'priest' in the Anglican Church. Father Jeremiah is the vicar (part time parish priest) of Grace Anglican Church in Gastonia, NC. Grace Anglican is a church that is intentionally liturgical and desires to show people the beauty of the liturgy in daily life.
In this video, Father Jeremiah considers some reasons for using the sign of the cross in worship and your life. The sign of the cross isn't just a Roman Catholic thing, but is something that has been used for nearly all of church history within her worship.
Father Jeremiah discusses why he wears a stole during worship at Grace Anglican Church. Father Jeremiah is the vicar (part time parish priest) of Grace Anglican Church in Gastonia, NC. Grace Anglican is a church that is intentionally liturgical and desires to show people the beauty of the liturgy in daily life.
Father Jeremiah explains why he wears a clergy collar. It is important to understand that wearing a collar isn't about thinking one is better than others because one is ordained. Father Jeremiah wears his collar so that others will know that he is a pastor, whether he wants them to or not.
Father Jeremiah explains why Grace Anglican uses a liturgy full of written prayers and responses. These prayers help to reshape our hearts to love Jesus more fully with our whole being and to then go out and choose the good that our hearts have come to love.
Father Jeremiah explains the importance of Jesus ascending into heaven in his humanity.