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Where do young adults who love Jesus meet others for friendship and fellowship? If that's you, you'll want to listen in to hear about an opportunity in Aledo. Pastor Jim Augustine will talk about this new gathering that meets at the Aledo Firehouse for those just out of high school up to 30-something to meet for conversation, games, and fun times.
How do the ancient church practices enrich our faith? What are some of the rituals that can add life to the daily living out of our faith? Does a church need to be liturgical to benefit from liturgy? Anglican Pastor Aaron Damiani joins the conversation to explain how the sacramental life brings a rhythm and joy that helps to recapture what has been lost in living the secular life.
Aaron Damiani (MA, Biblical Exegesis) serves as the lead pastor of Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago and is the author of The Good of Giving Up: Discovering the Freedom of Lent and Earth Filled with Heaven: Finding Life in Liturgy, Sacraments and other Ancient Practices of the Church. Aaron writes and speaks regularly about spiritual formation, leadership, and recovering the gifts of the ancient church for today's challenges. Aaron and his wife Laura live with their four kids in Chicago's Irving Park neighborhood.