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Morning Prayer Services at Fort No. 4 in Charlestown.

 

During the summer, we hold the service of  Morning Prayer using the 1662 English Book of Common Prayer at the Fort at No. 4.  These services are held at 11 a.m. on selected Sundays.  Please check back here for a list of services scheduled for the summer of 2011.

For further information about events and programs at the Fort at No. 4 and its location click here.

Deacon David Moody Fort
Ordination -- Ordination to the Diaconate of The Rev. Mr. Michael Cupoli Ordination to the Diaconate of The Rev. Mr. Michael Cupoli
(left) and The Rev. Mr. Al Ryan (right) of The Rt. Rev. Brian Marsh
(center), Bishop of the Diocese of the Northeast at Old St. Paul's
Parish Church, Portland, Maine
. The Rev. Mr. David Moody is second from left
.
Vault Late 19th century bank vault door in the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd
Vault --
Late 19th century bank vault door
in the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd
Good Shepherd's table in front of the church building for the 2009 town-wide sale in Charlestown on July 18th.  The weather was cloudy and hot but we had fun doing a brisk business.Good Shepherd's table in front of the church building for the 2009 town wide tag sale.

Bishop's Birthday blessing for Mary Diehl (l. to r.) : Paul Olson, Bishop. Brian Marsh, Phyllis Olson, Jeanne Moody, and Mary Diehl
Bishop's Birthday blessing for Mary Diehl
(l. to r.) : Paul Olson, Bishop. Brian Marsh, Phyllis Olson,
Jeanne Moody, and Mary Diehl.
The Rt. Rev. Brian Marsh, and the Most Rev. Richard J.
      Malone, Bishop of Portland

The Rt. Rev. Brian Marsh,  and the Most Rev. Richard J. Malone, Bishop of Portland

Deacon Bennett presents icon of Sts. Cyril and Methodius to Bp. Marsh on his first anniversary as bishop. Deacon Bennett presents icon of Sts. Cyril and Methodius
to Bp. Marsh on his first anniversary as bishop.
Deacon Art Bennett and Bro. Ignatius at the Prayer Service in Portland. Fr. LaMarre, Fr. Williams, and Fr. Monroe in the third row.

 

 

 

 

Deacon Art Bennett and Bro. Ignatius at the Prayer Service in Portland.
Fr. LaMarre, Fr. Williams, and Fr. Monroe in the third row.

Easter 2009

Good Shepherd

 

The Rev. Mr. David W. Moody
   

Bishop Ordinary Rt. Rev. Brian R. Marsh and The Rev. Mr. David W. Moody

 

The Messenger Journal
A new bishop has been ordained and consecrated
to serve in the Worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion
Bishop Ordinary Rt. Rev. Brian R. Marsh

 

 

 

Bishop Ordinary Rt. Rev. Brian R. Marsh

The Rev. Mr. Arthur L. Bennett
The Rev. Mr. Arthur (Art) Bennett was born and raised in the Washington DC, Northern Va. area.  After retiring from a career with the City of Fairfax Va. Police Dept in 1983 he spent two short term mission trips in Honduras teaching, in English, at St. John the Baptist School in Porto Cortes where he also conducted the English language church services.  He then spent a year as the US contact in the efforts to start The Our Little Roses Home for Girls in Honduras.  In 1986 he began selling computers which he continued until March of 2003 when he retired and moved to New Hampshire.  After completing the Logos House course of studies he was ordained Deacon in November of 2006.  Art also holds a B.S, in the Administration of Justice from American University, Washington DC.

Art and his wife have been married for over forty years and have three daughters and seven grandchildren.  He is a long time historical reenact or and has portrayed a Civil War surgeon in the DC/VA area, as well as a French and Indian War doctor and Parson at the Fort at No. 4 in Charles town NH.  Art now does ministry at nursing homes and serves as clergy on call for the Charlestown NH Police Department.