Formal Liturgy and the Church Plant – RezAustin, Pt. 2

Formal Liturgy and the Church Plant – RezAustin, Pt. 2

David Roseberry

David Roseberry is the founding pastor and rector of Christ Church, Plano, Texas. He and his wife, Fran, came to Plano in 1985 with the vision of planting a new church for the growing community. Christ Church was built on the principles of lay ministry, evangelistic preaching, and small group ministry. Fr. David is a 1982 graduate of the Church Divinity School of the Pacific and has been an ordained priest since 1983. Canon David helped found the Anglican 1000 church planting movement, and has been an Episcopalian/Anglican from childhood.

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The Rev. Canon David Roseberry is Executive Director of LeaderWorks

I posted a video last week of Fr. Shawn McCain of RezAustin. This is part of an ongoing series at LeaderWorks to showcase some of the talent and ministry leaders in our Anglican Church in North American. (Shawn is with the Diocese of Church for the Sake of Other. Go to Leaderworks/interview here for other interesting interviews.)

Shawn’s video was fun to make. The first one (last week) was scheduled and we did it in ‘one-take’. After we turned off the recorder, we got into a very engaging discussion about the role of the Liturgy and the new church plant. I stopped the conversation right away and re-started my equipment. We talked, extemporaneously for the next 10 minutes. What you see is what we did.

On Anglican Pastor, we have met a number of leaders whose viewpoints are well-informed and well-reasoned. This is one of my ‘seasoned observations’ about the young leaders in our movement. They are thinkers. They have thought and reasoned their way to their understanding of faith and ministry. It is refreshing and very encouraging. If, in my role as Ex. Director of LeaderWorks, you’d like me to contact a leader for an interview, please let me know in the comment section of this blog. Or send an email to David (at) Leaderworks.org.

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