Our Community: 
You can find us at 7159 McIntyre Street in Montrose, AL 

We are a people who are gathered in and sent out in the Name of Jesus, to expand and advance His Kingdom. We are committed to loving people fully and we value the individual and the family unit. We believe the scriptures of the Old and New Testament to be the Word of God and contain all things necessary for salvation and we take seriously all the Lord has entrusted to us. We strive to be servant-minded and are devoted to maturing as disciples of Jesus Christ.

Directions:
(from Fairhope)
4 Lane Hwy 98 toward Daphne,
turn left on Gabel Street (boat dealership is on the corner) and then take a right on the paved road behind the boat dealership
and follow this road to the bottom of the hill.

(from Daphne)
4 Lane Hwy 98 toward Fairhope, turn right on Gabel Street (boat dealership is on the corner) and then take a right on the paved road behind the boat dealership and follow this road to the bottom of the hill.
Our Worship: 

We embrace the three streams of Word, Sacrament and Spirit and our worship is lively, authentic and sacred. We trust in the promise that when we gather, the Lord is present in our midst and our lives are changed by this holy encounter.

Join us on Wednesdays at noon and on Sunday at 10 am and 5 pm for the service of Holy Eucharist.

Dress is casual and visitors are always welcome.

Children's Ministry and a nursery are provided at the 10 am service.
Church of the Apostles, an anglican church in a retreat setting
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7159 McIntyre Street PO Box 662 Montrose, AL 36559 
 Phone: 251-928-6622
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Good Friday Services at Chruch of the Apostles will be held at noon
and 7 pm .

Please join us Easter Sunday at 10 am and  5pm
in Celebration of the Ressurection.

We will offer children's ministry and a nursery at the 10 am service.  We encourage you to attend the 5 pm service due to space and parking constraints.

Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is the most important Christian festival, and the one celebrated with the greatest joy. Without Easter there would be no Christianity. Without Jesus' suffering, his execution and subsequent resurrection there would be no Christianity, for however terrible the suffering was, it was part of God's plan for the salvation of humankind.

In Western Christianity, Easter marks the end of Lent, a period of fasting and penitence in preparation for Easter, which begins on Ash Wednesday and lasts forty days (not counting Sundays).

The week before Easter, known as Holy Week, is very special in the Christian tradition. The Sunday before Easter is Palm Sunday and the last three days before Easter are Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday (sometimes referred to as Silent Saturday). Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday and Good Friday respectively commemorate Jesus' entry in Jerusalem, the Last Supper and the Crucifixion.